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In When the Stars Go Dark, Anna Hart is a seasoned missing persons detective in San Francisco with far too much knowledge of the darkest side of human nature. When tragedy strikes her personal life, Anna, desperate and numb, flees to the Northern California village of Mendocino to grieve. She lived there as a child with her beloved foster parents, and now she believes it might be the only place left for her. Yet the day she arrives, she learns that a local teenage girl has gone missing.
Paula McLain is the New York Times bestselling author of the novels Love and Ruin, Circling the Sun, The Paris Wife, and A Ticket to Ride, the memoir Like Family: Growing Up in Other People's Houses, and two collections of poetry. Her writing has appeared in The New York Times, Good Housekeeping, O: The Oprah Magazine, Town & Country, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, and elsewhere.
McLain will be in conversation with Regina Brett, the New York Times bestselling author of God Never Blinks, which was translated into 22 languages. She also wrote God Is Always Hiring, Be the Miracle and currently writes columns for the Cleveland Jewish News. Regina is a two-time Pulitzer finalist for column writing and offers weekly inspiration at www.reginabrett.com.