Duncanville Library to Host Book Signing

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Former Duncanville resident Liz Lipperman will read from and sign copies of her latest book Liver Let Die at the Duncanville Public Library on Thursday evening, February 23, 2012, beginning at 6:30PM.

Jordan McAllister, the book’s main character, is a single woman who unfortunately follower her college love to Dallas, where she was promptly dumped. Not wanting to return home, she ventures out to a small town to write the personals column for the Ranchero Globe. Her dream of being a sports writer always seems out of her grasp. So, when the newspaper editor asks her to fill in for the restaurant review columnist, Jordan doesn’t bother to tell him that her idea of haute cuisine is fried bologna.

Her first assignment puts her right in the middle of a murder when her “flirty” waiter ends up dead on her doorstep. She thought the gooey fois gras that she ordered was a terrible mess, but now she finds herself in the mess to end all messes. Not wanting to lose the job on her first assignment, she had scraped all the fois gras into her purse and “Googled” her way to a passable article. The close group of friends in Jordan’s apartment building keeps the action moving quite well and you will come to love how they have made Jordan a part of their family and ultimately come to her rescue.

This event is co-sponsored by the Best Southwest Bookfest and is free and open to the public. Books will be available for sale. Join us at the Duncanville Public Library, located at 201 James Collins Boulevard, Duncanville, TX 75116. For more information, call 972-780-5051.