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KRISTIN HANNAH in Asheville at UNCA  February 16th!

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Date(s) - 02/16/2018
6:00 pm

UNCA's Humanities Lecture Hal

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Kristin Hannah in Asheville February 16th!
We invite our fellow readers, those who dread winter and those who love it, to look forward to Kristin Hannah coming to Asheville to share her latest novel, The Great Alone. Set in the far reaches of the Alaskan wilderness in 1974, reading this will put our short Southern winters in a new perspective.
I know many of you are huge fans of The Nightingale, and still others know Hannah forWinter GardenNight Road, or Firefly Lane. She’s written over twenty novels, but February will be the first time that she comes to our fair mountain city.
Tickets are on sale now to meet her on February 16th at UNCA’s Humanities Lecture Hall. Each ticket comes with a copy of The Great Alone, out in February! 
Be on the lookout for more exciting event news soon!

SheVille Team

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