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Literary luncheon

Published April 04. 2013 4:00AM

Not since the Brontės has there such artsy Power Sisters as the Ephrons - Hallie, the late Nora, Delia, and Amy.

Now, Hallie Ephron's latest novel, is "There Was an Old Woman," and she's the guest of honor at a luncheon Tuesday in Mystic's Bank Square Books.

"There Was an Old Woman" is a psychological thriller in which a young woman becomes ensnared in a spider web of trickery and madness involving an elderly neighbor.

Tickets for the luncheon include a signed copy of the book, a catered lunch, and a discussion with Ephron.


Hallie Ephron Luncheon, noon Tuesday, Bank Square Books, 53 West Main St., Mystic; $26; (860) 536-3795, banksquarebooks.com

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