Spread The Word
Join a personal conversation with renowned writer and Georgetown local Mary Louise Kelly at Tudor Place Monday, September 21, 2015 from 9:30 am to 11:30 am..
Kelly will be talking about “The Bullet,”a heart-pounding story of fear, family secrets, and one woman’s hunt for answers about her parents’ murder. The former BBC and NPR correspondent will share the inspiration for and writing process behind her latest novel, about beautiful professor Caroline Cashion, who discovers a bullet lodged at the base of her skull. It makes no sense: she has never been shot. She has no entry wound. No sca … Kelly weaves a captivating tale of mystery and suspense as her heroine uncovers the truth behind “The Bullet.”
- Registration required.
- This program is free to Landmark Society Members and their guest. The Landmark Society’s special support of Tudor Place is recognized with invitations, behind-the-scenes access, and name recognition. Learn more.
Questions about this event or prefer to register offline? Email or call Felice Herman at 202.580.7321.
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Book Signing Event to Raise Awareness of Ovarian Cancer with Special Guest Dr. Maya Soetoro-Ng
Sunday August 2, 2015
Busboys & Poets (5th & K Streets NW)
Rhonda's Club is pleased to invite you for a special afternoon with Dr. Soetoro-Ng, President Obama's sister. Dr. Soetoro-Ng will discuss the origins of her children's book "Ladder to the Moon", which she penned after losing her mother Ann Dunham to ovarian cancer.
This free event is open to the public at 3:00pm.