An Evening with Friends: Author Wendy Walker with Jenny Jackson, Jamie Beck, and Rea Frey

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Darien Library and Barrett Bookstore are thrilled to host a writers panel moderated by New York Times bestselling author, Wendy Walker and includes novelists Jenny Jackson, Jamie Beck, and Rea Frey. They will discuss their latest forays into contemporary fiction, share unique stories, and how they connect with their audience.

For all you readers and writers, it's an evening not to be missed!

About the Panel

Wendy Walker is the author of the psychological suspense novels All Is Not ForgottenEmma In the Night, The Night BeforeDon’t Look For Me, and American Girl. Her novels have been translated into 23 foreign languages, topped bestseller lists both nationally and abroad, and have been optioned for both television and film.

Jenny Jackson is a Vice President and Executive Editor at Alfred A. Knopf. A graduate of Williams College and the Columbia Publishing Course, she lives in Brooklyn Heights with her family. Pineapple Street is her first novel.

Jamie Beck is an award-winning Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of 18 novels, which have been translated into multiple languages and have sold more than three million copies worldwide. Critics at Kirkus, Publishers Weekly, and Booklist have respectively called her work "smart," "uplifting," and "entertaining." In addition to writing novels, Beck enjoys dancing around the kitchen while cooking and hitting the slopes in Vermont and Utah. Above all, she is a grateful wife and mother to a very patient, supportive family.

Rea Frey is an award-winning, bestselling author of several nonfiction books and the suspense novels, Not Her Daughter, Because You're Mine, Until I Find You, and Secrets of Our House. Her latest women's fiction novel, The Other Year, was published in August. Known as the "Book Doula," Rea also helps other writers birth their stories into the world. To learn more, please visit

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