BSB: Lucretia Bingham (Absolute Cornelia) Book Signing

Bank Square Books presents an open house book signing with local author Lucretia Bingham (Absolute Cornelia). This event is free and open to the public.

About the Book

Absolute Cornelia follows Cornelia's bewildering and unusual childhood journey. Catapulted from her mother's island shack to her wealthy father's life with a "religious group," Cornelia struggles to find her footing. Her father's rigid moral standards feel safer than her mother's emotional unreliability, but beneath the deceptively calm exterior of the group lurks power-hungry adults, sexual harassment, and mental manipulation.

Will Cornelia's tender inner strength prevail against evil? Will she be able to break the mental bonds of the church? And if so, does she return to the chaos of her mother's home? And will Hadji be waiting for her when she's ready for love?

About the Author

Lucretia Bingham studied writing at Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, New York. Upon graduation, she went to Los Angeles where she made a living as a free-lance writer and photographer. Her credits include publication in Vanity FairConde Nast TravelerTravel and Leisure, and Saveur. One of her food pieces was published in an anthology of the best Food Writing of 2005. She was a frequent contributor, for many years, to both the Los Angles Times Magazine and their Travel section. In 1999, she moved back East to her roots. With her beloved husband Jim, she lives  and writes in a grand shingle style house on Long Island Sound. In 2014, her first novel The Talcott House was published by Keith Publications. In 2016, the sequel SHE was also published by Keith. 
Event date: 
Saturday, November 16, 2019 - 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Event address: 
Bank Square Books
53 W Main St
Mystic, CT 06355
Absolute Cornelia Cover Image
$16.00
ISBN: 9781950544042
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Rand-Smith LLC - October 15th, 2019

Absolute Cornelia follows Cornelia's bewildering and unusual childhood journey. Catapulted from her mother's island shack to her wealthy father's life with a "religious group," Cornelia struggles to find her footing.