New book, Invisible Country, set in 1868 South America
Patricia King, writing under the pen name Annamaria Alfieri, will speak about her new book, Invisible Country, at the Desmond-Fish Library in Garrison on Saturday, July 7, at 2 p.m. Invisible Country is a fast-paced, complex mystery cum political thriller set in 1868, during South American’s War of the Triple Alliance. “Love and hate, desperation and despair, terror and suspense, unexpected twists and outright surprises, Invisible Country has them all…. No one is better at spinning South American mysteries than Annamaria Alfieri,” said Leighton Gage, author of A Vine in the Blood.
An earlier mystery by Alfieri, City of Silver, was named one of the best first novels of the year by Deadly Pleasures Magazine. The Washington Post said, “As both history and mystery, City of Silver glitters.”
Patricia King is the vice-president of the Board of Trustees of the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. A world traveler, King takes a keen interest in the history of the places she visits. Copies of Invisible Country will be available at the talk, available for signing. For more information, please call 845-424-3020.
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