Renowned Author Donates Dakota Proceeds to PCRM
New York Times best-selling writer Martha Grimes is generously donating a portion of the royalties from her new novel, Dakota, to PCRM. Supporters can meet Ms. Grimes at lectures and book signings in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C.
Martha Grimes is the author of the internationally popular Richard Jury murder mystery series, which began in 1981. Her new book, Dakota, is the stunning sequel to 1999’s Biting the Moon. Dakota is the story of Andi Oliver, an amnesiac who takes a job at a massive pig-farming facility in North Dakota. As she uncovers the dark truth about the slaughterhouse, Andi must contend with two men who are on her trail.
To meet Ms. Grimes and thank her in person for her support, PCRM members and friends are invited to lectures and book signings of Dakota on February 19 at Book Soup in Los Angeles and on February 26 at Olsson’s bookstore in Washington, D.C. The D.C. book signing is also a chance to meet PCRM president Dr. Neal Barnard. For more information, visit PCRM.org/Events.
Dakota is available in bookstores February 12.
PCRM Online, February 2008