Virtual Author Event with Helene Dunbar, author of Prelude for Lost Souls, Online, Friday, 07. August 2020

Please join Parnassus Books in partnership with Sourcebooks to celebrate the launch of Prelude for Lost Souls with Helene Dunbar!

About this Event

Parnassus Books is pleased to present a virtual author event with Helene Dunbar. She will be joined in conversation by Tom Wilinsky .

This will be a Zoom event, and ticketholders will receive the Zoom link the day of the event.

About the book:

In the town of St. Hilaire, most make their living by talking to the dead. In the summer, the town gates open to tourists seeking answers while all activity is controlled by The Guild, a sinister ruling body that sees everything.

Dec Hampton has lived there his entire life, but ever since his parents died, he's been done with it. He knows he has to leave before anyone has a chance to stop him.

His best friend Russ won't be surprised when Dec leaves--but he will be heartbroken. Russ is a good medium, maybe even a great one. He's made sacrifices for his gift and will do whatever he can to gain entry to The Guild, even embracing dark forces and contacting the most elusive ghost in town.

But when the train of Annie Krylova, the piano prodigy whose music has been Dec's main source of solace, breaks down outside of town, it sets off an unexpected chain of events. And in St. Hilaire, there are no such things as coincidences.

About the author:

Helene Dunbar is the author of several novels for young adults including These Gentle Wounds, What Remains, Boomerang, We Are Lost and Found, and Prelude for Lost Souls. Over the years, she's worked as a drama critic, journalist, and marketing manager, and has written on topics as diverse as Irish music, court cases, and theater. She lives in Nashville with her husband and daughter.

Virtual Author Event with Helene Dunbar, author of Prelude for Lost Souls

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