South Shore author Jennifer Quashnick on Jan. 30 will introduce people to the third novel from her Mountaingirl Mysteries series, “Sierra Nevada Dangerous Developments.”
In this adventure, Rachel Winters never skied so fast in her life. But her life never depended on it before. Now, Rachel’s friends and family are in danger, and the only clue left behind is a message written in blood. Still recovering from a serious accident, Rachel must race against the clock to save her loved ones. Who’s after them, and why?
The Friends of the Library event is at 6pm at the library on Rufus Allen Boulevard in South Lake Tahoe.
Artist, poet and naturalist Obi Kaufmann brings his best-selling “California Field Atlas” to the South Lake Tahoe Library on Feb. 27 at 6pm.
Lavishly illustrated with hundreds of hand-painted maps and wildlife renderings and based on his decades of walking the backcountry of California, Kaufmann’s “California Field Atlas” is a testimony to the natural world of the Golden State, unlike anything that has come before. Full of character and color, the “California Field Atlas” has quickly become a new classic, being hailed as a “gorgeously illustrated compendium” that “…will provide you with a greater appreciation for the state’s ecological jewels and landmarks.”
Kaufmann will be presenting the book with a Q&A session and then offer signed copies for sale.