Today kicks off the ninth annual Brazilian Court Author breakfast series in the Ballroom at Cafe Boulud. Guests have the opportunity to meet, and speak with award winning authors in an intimate setting, while enjoying breakfast at one of Palm Beach's most iconic hotels.
Today: Michael Connelly, author of The Lincoln Lawyer discusses his newest installment in the Harry Bosch crime fiction series, The Black Box. After discovering a bullet from an unsolved crime in 1992, Bosch searches for the missing links that will bring his case to a close after nearly 20 years.
January 25th: Alex Witchel, creator of the New York Times column "Feed Me", will speak about her new book, All Gone: A Memoir of My Mother's Dementia: With Refreshments. Witchel recounts her inability to fix her mother's diagnosis of dementia, and her unconventional way of coping. By retreating into the kitchen, and cooking her family recipe's from childhood, she found a way to reclaim her mother, and the loss she was facing. Described as a frank, bittersweet, and surprisingly funny book, this is sure to be a great book, as well as a wonderful breakfast series session.
Breakfast begins at 8:45, and will conclude at 10:00am. Reservations are required, and tickets are $100 plus tax per guest. Cost includes breakfast, valet parking, and a copy of the featured book.
For reservations and information please call Sandra Rodriguez at (561) 366-4301 or email SRodriguez@BrazilianCourt.com
For more about the series please visit Events at the Brazilian Court