CARRIE LA SEUR
Billings writer Carrie La Seur reads from her debut novel, The Home Place (William Morrow), in which a lawyer returns to her rural Montana hometown after her sister is found dead, apparently from exposure. “Carrie La Seur’s debut is a gripping story of family, love and murder. Set against an indelibly drawn Montana landscape, The Home Place explores the intangible ways we are both defined by and in opposition to the people and places we call home.” —Tara Conklin. “Walloping in suspense, drama, rage, and remorse, this debut is an accomplished literary novel of the new West.” —Library Journal.