Join us on Saturday, June 15 when author Brett F. Braley-Palko will be at the Ligonier Valley Library to talk about his debut novel, Arthur!

Arthur Croots employs a down-on-his-luck friend, Horace, and a has-been theatre director, Dreisbach, on a comedic caper to save his dogs from eviction—and perhaps steal some cash from the unsuspecting aristocracy of mid-century London in the process.

Brett is a U.S.-based writer. With bylines in British GQ, Robb Report, and others, he has turned his attention to fiction writing with his debut novel. Inspired by the early works of Evelyn Waugh and Iris Murdoch, Brett's novel takes a satirical look at British society during the inter-War years of London. 

His book will feature over 30 illustrations for each chapter and will go on sale Monday, June 17.

Following the talk, Brett will sell and sign copies of his book. Credit cards only please.