Mon, Nov 21|
Adult Book Discussion - November 2022
Join us to discuss Suzanne Trauth's novel, "What Remains of Love!"
Time & Location
Nov 21, 2022, 2:00 PM – Nov 22, 2022, 3:00 PM
Totowa, 537 Totowa Rd, Totowa, NJ 07512, USA
About The Event
After author Suzanne Trauth visits the Library on Monday, November 14th, come join us to discuss our thoughts and reactions to the novel at our Adult Book Discussion on Monday, November 21st at 2pm!
About What Remains of Love:
"Sifting through the effects of her recently deceased father, a woman uncovers the story of his long-ago wartime affair with a beautiful French woman. WHAT REMAINS OF LOVE begins as a family mystery but opens up into a heartfelt story of loves past but not forgotten, of the burden of being torn between passion and honorable commitment, of living with knowing you can't have what you most want. By turns sweet and bittersweet, a touching read. Keep the Kleenex close by." - Bill Mesce, Jr., Author Median Gray
About Suzanne Trauth:
"Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Suzanne Trauth taught in college theatre programs for many years before beginning her writing career. Her novels include What Remains of Love and the Dodie O'Dell Mystery Series including Show Time, Time Out, Running Out of Time, Just in Time, No More Time, and Killing Time. Her plays include Laws of the Universe, La Fonda, Françoise, Midwives, Rehearsing Desire, iDream, and Katrina: the K Word. Her screenplays Solitaire and Boomer Broads have won awards at various festivals and contests, and she wrote and directed the short film Jigsaw. Ms. Trauth has co-authored Sonia Moore and American Acting Training and co-edited Katrina on Stage: Five Plays. She is currently a member of Writers Theatre of New Jersey Women Playwrights program, the Dramatists Guild, Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and the League of Professional Theatre Women. When she is not writing, Suzanne coaches actors. She lives in Woodland Park, New Jersey."