Comedy and book signing with Carolyn Adams at MetroWines July 31

Photos are courtesy of MetroWines
Photos are courtesy of MetroWines

Friday, July 31, MetroWines will present Carolyn Adams comedy and book signing on another “No Cover Friday!!” at 7 p.m.

Participants will get to hear some of Adams’ best stand up and will have the opportunity to talk one on one with her about and get a signed copy of “Ruthless,” Adams’ first novel that was published in New York City by Simon and Schuster.

MetroWines will also have a Red and White out “On the Taste” and Anita Riley of “Drink Like a Girl” will be tasting out four beers during the event.

More Information about “Ruthless” from the publisher:
In Adams’s thrilling, horror-tinged debut, 17-year-old Ruth Carver refuses to be a victim even after she is abducted by a disturbed man she names “Wolfman,” severely injured, and taken to a cabin in the Blue Ridge Mountains.

Ruth is told that no one is looking for her—Wolfman intends to break Ruth psychologically and then kill her as he did six other redheads who he deemed needed to be punished. She narrowly escapes his grasp, but then is faced with surviving the wilderness as he hunts her down.


Carolyn Adams' RuthlessWhen the tables turn, Ruth must determine the extent to which she will seek retribution. Readers will feel completely submerged in Ruth’s first-person, present-tense narrative, which alternates with third-person chapters that provide glimpses into Ruth and Wolfman’s pasts. Though Adams focuses primarily on Ruth’s will to escape her captor within the present, it’s clear that these past experiences have helped form her inner core of resilience. An intense and unsettling survival story.


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