FoxTale Book Shoppe is thrilled to welcome New York Times bestselling authors James Patterson and Mike Lupica to Downtown Woodstock on Friday, January 13, 2023, at 1:00PM. The authors will be discussing their new novel THE HOUSE OF WOLVES. This event will take place at the Woodstock Arts Theater (8534 Main Street, Woodstock, GA) across the street from FoxTale Book Shoppe.
Attend the book discussion and receive a hand signed hardcover book by clicking HERE!
- One person, one book. Companions must purchase a ticket to attend (think of it like a concert or a movie).
- The authors will be pre-signing the books prior to the book discussion.
- The authors will not be signing any backlist titles. Please do not bring your own books.
- You will not receive an actual ticket.
- No refunds. In the event you cannot make the in-person event, your book will be held at FoxTale Book Shoppe for 30 days.
- Event subject to change.
Jenny Wolf’s murdered father has left her in charge of a multibillion dollar empire, a newspaper, a football team, a holding company . . . and a family that makes Succession's Roys and Yellowstone’s Duttons seem tame.
The Wolfs, the most powerful family in California, have a new head thirty six year old former high school teacher Jenny Wolf. That means Jenny now runs the prestigious San Francisco Tribune. She also controls the legendary pro football team, the Wolves. And she hopes to solve her father’s murder. The most suspenseful family story since Succession or Yellowstone.
James Patterson is the world’s bestselling author. The creator of Alex Cross, he has produced more enduring fictional heroes than any other novelist alive. He lives in Florida with his family.
Mike Lupica is a veteran sports columnist, spending most of his career with the New York Daily News, who is now a member of the National Sports Media Association Hall of Fame. For three decades, he was a panelist on ESPN’s The Sports Reporters. As a novelist, he has written seventeen New York Times bestsellers, the most recent of which was The Horsewoman, his first collaboration with James Patterson.