Best-Selling Author, Elizabeth St. John, Visits Kansas City, Describes Her Ancestor's Life in the Tower of London
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Author Elizabeth St John Visits Kansas City Elizabeth St John Buffet Fundraiser The Lady Of The Tower A Story of the Keeper's Wife Fundraiser at Banksia Bakehouse and Cafe Banksia Bakehouse and Cafe English-Speaking Union of Kansas City
This historical fiction novel author tells the dramatic story of love and betrayal through the eyes of her real-life ancestress Lucy St. John. Early 17th century England comes to life. Don't miss this free lecture followed by a paid "Meet and Greet the Author" Buffet Reception Fundraiser

KANSAS CITY, Mo. - iSportsWire -- Best-selling author, Elizabeth St. John, presents a spell-binding lecture about her historical fiction novel, The Lady of the Tower. Set in 17th century England, St. John tells a story of her real ancestor's life in the most famous prison in the world—The Tower of London.

The English-Speaking Union of Kansas City invites the public to this free lecture on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 at 6:30 pm at the Central Library, 14 West 10th St., downtown Kansas City, MO.

A "Meet and Greet the Author" Buffet Reception Fundraiser immediately follows the lecture at 8:00 pm at Banksia, an Australian Bakehouse and Café, 105 W. 9th St., Kansas City, Mo. Details for  purchasing tickets to the "Meet and Greet the Author" Fundraiser are below.

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St. John tells this dramatic true story of love and betrayal through the eyes of her ancestress Lucy St. John. The Tower of London is infamous for the famous prisoners it housed, the horrific torture that took place within its walls, and the tragic executions witnessed on Tower Green. By tracking down family papers and residences, St. John tells of Lucy's personal friendships with historical figures such as Sir Walter Raleigh and the Stuart kings, bringing a unique perspective to the history of 17th century England. Sometimes love sets you free. Other times it leads you to prison.

This free lecture program is open to the public, however; RSVPs are required.
Click here to RSVP for lecture only. Limited Seating.

Tickets for the Fundraiser Reception are $50 per person including a delightful buffet selection of food from Banksia's award-winning Australian and European recipes including Australian Pavlova for dessert. Gratuity included. Cash bar is available. As a fundraiser, approximately one-half of ticket price will be a tax-deductible donation to the ESU Education Fund.

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To purchase tickets to the Buffet Reception Fundraiser, Click here. Major credit cards accepted.

ESU members and the public are invited to personally meet author Elizabeth St. John. This Meet and Greet the Author Fundraiser is an optional event. Guests may attend the free lecture only or purchase tickets to attend the Fundraiser Buffet Reception and lecture.

Elizabeth St. John's book, "The Lady of the Tower" will be available for purchase. A book signing will follow the lecture.

Contact
Jeff Schnabel
***@esuus.org


Source: The English-Speaking Union Kansas City Branch
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