Nicola's Books Presents:
(in collaboration with Schuler Books &
The Michigan Theatre in Ann Arbor)

A Conversation with Paula Hawkins 

Nicola's Books has teamed up with the Michigan Theater to proudly present author Paula Hawkins on  Wednesday, May 17 at 7:30 PM.  

Ms. Hawkins will read excerpts from her new novel,  Into the Water (which is being released  May 2), take part in an audience Q&A, and sign copies of the book in her only Michigan stop on the book tour.

With over 8.5 million copies sold in the United States since its publication two years ago, and 20 million sold worldwide, Paula Hawkins' debut  The Girl on the Train has broken nearly every publishing record in the books. It has spent over 100 weeks and counting on the New York Times Bestseller list, including 40 weeks at #1, making it the top selling book in America for two straight years in a row, and was made into a major motion picture starring Emily Blunt.   The Girl on the Train introduced Paula Hawkins as a bold, unforgettable voice in psychological literary suspense.
Now, with  Into the Water, Hawkins proves that her work reaches far beyond definitions of category, delivering an urgent story that is as much about relationships and human instincts as it is about a crime.  When a single mother and a teenage girl each turn up dead at the bottom of the river, just weeks apart, the ensuing investigation dredges up a complicated history, threatening to undo everyone in the close-knit community. Suspicions shift from character to character, escalating the tension until the very last page.

May 17th
The Michigan Theatre
603 East Liberty Street 
Ann Arbor, MI 48104  (734) 668-8397   
*Ticketed Event

Wednesday, March 15th 
through 10:00 pm March 16th
(Pre-Sale Password: TRAIN) 
Please Note: 
All tickets purchased come with a copy of the book 
Into the Water.  Copies purchased with tickets can then be picked up from the designated Nicola's Books  table at The Michigan Theatre the night of event.  
Additional books will also be on sale at the venue the night of the show. 

Tickets are $40 and $30; limited Gold Circle seating also available, with first in-line access tickets available for $50 and $65.