Literature: Lisa Unger

Thursday, June 19

New York Times best-selling author and current Florida resident Lisa Unger reads from and signs copies of her latest psychological thriller, Black Out. The novel focuses on Annie Powers, a seemingly ordinary suburban housewife who becomes the victim of her own repressed memories of violent incidents committed by a spree killer who took her captive when she was a teenager. Pick up your copy this Thursday evening at Unger's Inkwood Books launch event. 7 p.m., 216 Armenia Ave. S., Tampa, free admission, 813-253-2638, inkwoodbooks.com.

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