Friday Morning Bookclub

April 21, 2010

Meet Rachel Keener, The Author Of This Month’s Book: The Memory Thief

Filed under: The Memory Thief — susanbright @ 6:00 am

Rachel Keener was born in Virginia and grew up in Tennessee. Although she always liked to read and write, her focus in college was Political Science. After graduating from Carson-Newman College in Tennessee, Rachel attended law school. It was in her 1st year of law school that she really began to write.  By year three  Rachel found herself working on her novel during class. In 2001, with the help of her husband Rachel began to work on getting her 1st book published. Six years later, she was offered a contract and in 2009 The Killing Tree was published. Keener’s second book The Memory Thief  was published April 2010. Rachel Keener lives in the Winston- Salem area with her husband and two sons.

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3 Comments »

  1. I am really engrossed in this book…How are the rest of you finding it??

    Comment by janinefrier — April 21, 2010 @ 7:57 pm | Reply

  2. Janine,
    I haven’t started the book yet… we are going away this weekend, so I should have plenty of time to read. I’m glad you find it engrossing… maybe I’ll finish by Sunday!!!

    Comment by Audrey — April 22, 2010 @ 5:41 pm | Reply

  3. I finished it last week. I found that I was really taken in by the characters and wanted to keep reading.Definitely a “page turner”! Hope everyone enjoys it.

    Comment by Jean — April 22, 2010 @ 9:32 pm | Reply


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