Mallory M. O’Connor talks about her novel,
American River: Tributaries
Friday, April 27. 6-8 p.m.
Third House Books
113 North Main Street, Gainesville, FL
“O’Connor’s brilliant first novel weaves a complex tapestry that shows us that immigrant bigotry did not start with Trump’s call for a wall. ”
— Hilary Hemingway, author of Hemingway in Cuba
New Novel Celebrates the
American River’s Cultural Heritage
In the mid-1800s, three immigrant families—Irish, Mexican, and Japanese—settled along the banks of the American River in Northern California. A century later only one family remains.
Set against the natural beauty of Northern California, O’Connor weaves a complex tale of interrelationships and betrayals that captures the mood and resonance of a decade that began in innocence and ended in despair.
Mallory O’Connor is a writer, an art historian, and a musician. Raised on a ranch on the American River in Northern California, she spent her childhood exploring the land along the river, and the diverse cultures that were drawn to this beautiful and historic place.
Author talk and book-signing,
Friday, April 27, 6-8 p.m. at the
Third House Books, 113 North Main Street
American River: Tributaries is available for purchase on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Archway Publishing, or on Mallory’s website, mallorymoconnor.com.
Copies will also be available for purchase at the event.