Author Judge Janice Law will be one of the featured authors at Turn the Page Bookstore’s “Girls’ Night Out” on Thursday, November 19, 2015 from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. This “fun evening” will include champagne, refreshments, treats, and door prizes. In addition to the chance for you to meet Janice Law, and purchase a signed copy of her most recent book American Evita: Lurleen Wallace, and other authors and special guest including Mary Behre, Heidi Hormel, M.K. Meredith, Nora Roberts, Erika Robuck and more!
There is no charge for this event, but books signed at Turn the Page must be purchased here. Visit the Turn the Page Bookstore facebook page for more details about the “Girls’ Night Out” event.
Location: Turn the Page Bookstore, 18 N. Main St., Boonsboro, MD 21713
Janice Law’s sixth book, braids the biographies of Governor Lurleen Wallace of Alabama and Evita Peron, First Lady of Argentina– women in their time, who were not women of their time.
Born in the same era, both first ladies–of rural, humble birth, who did not graduate from high school–emerged as charismatic leaders; the trajectories of their high-profile achievements and dramatic life journeys paralleling in astonishing chrysalis patterns, eclipsing the political Suns of the steely-eyed, more educated, men of expediency they married.
Their husbands kept from each, the identical life-threatening medical secret. Their humanitarian legacies endure beyond each woman’s early, poignant death from the same cause. Their husbands’ self-focused legacies proved gossamer.