HPHS Grad Talks Books at Champagne Reception

Best-selling author Molly Caldwell Crosby, a 1991 graduate of Highland Park High School, will speak at a reception hosted by the Dallas Woman’s Forum this Saturday at the Alexander Mansion. If you’re a fan of “Downton Abbey” (and really, who isn’t?), be sure to swing by — Crosby’s latest publication, The Great Pearl Heist, is based on one of the greatest real-life mysteries of the Edwardian period. A plot teaser:

“In the summer of 1913, under the cover of London’s perpetual smoggy dusk, two brilliant minds are pitted against each other — a celebrated gentleman thief and a talented Scotland Yard detective — in the greatest jewel heist of the new century…”

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Who: HPHS grad and best-selling author Molly Caldwell Crosby
What: Champagne reception and book talk hosted by the Dallas Woman’s Forum
When: Saturday, Jan. 26 — Reception begins at 4 p.m.
Where: Alexander Mansion, 4607 Ross Ave.
Tickets: Reserve your spot by clicking here.

One thought on “HPHS Grad Talks Books at Champagne Reception

  • January 25, 2013 at 10:14 pm

    Thank you, Karley for this great article! We hope to see all you fans of Downton Abbey and Edwardian England at the lovely Alexander Mansion. Sharon Cooper


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