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Palm Beach Book Fest: Meet Robert Wagner and more best-selling authors


Hear from some of America’s best-known authors on April 21 and 22 at the Palm Beach Book Festival.

When: April 21 and 22.

What: April 21’s panels are dedicated to literary education, and the program at Palm Beach Atlantic University features Olympic champ and “Dancing With the Stars” star Laurie Hernandez.

April 22 is a full day of author panels and book signings — from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. — at the Harriet Himmel Theatre in CityPlace.

Who’s appearing: Robert Wagner will talk about his latest book, “I Loved Her in the Movies,” plus Sebastian Junger, Jeffrey Toobin, Leslie Bennetts (who wrote the recent biography of Joan Rivers), Dani Shapiro and James Patterson and more are featured on April 22.

Tickets: Saturday panels are $25 each, with day passes going for $100. The PBAU event is a separate ticket. For information and to purchase tickets, go to palmbeachbookfestival.com



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