VIRTUAL EVENT - Sarah James Discussing The Woman with Two Shadows - October 7

Join the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History on Friday, October 7th at 6pm (MT) to discuss author Sarah James' debut novel The Woman with Two Shadows. When Lillian Kaufman receives a call telling her that her twin sister Eleanor is missing after taking a classified job at an Army base somewhere in Tennessee, Lillian is forced to assume her sister's identity to enter the secure town. Once in Oak Ridge, Lillian learns that Eleanor has vanished without a trace—and she's not the only one. But how do you find someone in a town so dangerous that it doesn't officially exist? Trapped in her lie, Lillian has to pretend to be Eleanor, and finds herself in the epicenter of the gravest scientific undertaking of all time, with no idea who she can trust. The more she acts like Eleanor, the more she loses her grip on herself.

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This event is $10 to attend virtually, and Museum members are free to attend. Advance registration is required to attend.

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About Sara James

Sarah James is a train enthusiast, bird watcher, and (former) theatre kid. In addition to writing historical fiction, Sarah is a humor writer and editor of Slackjaw, Medium's largest humor publication. She also covers culture, creativity, and technology. Sarah is a graduate of the USC MFA Writing for Screen and Television program, and received a BA in American Studies from Fordham University. The Woman with Two Shadows is her debut novel.