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Meet and Greet with Best-Selling Author Brad Meltzer Tonight at Stephane's in Boca Raton

It's probably fitting that an author who's made a name for himself with thrilling tales of political intrigue and suspense would call South Florida home. New York Times bestselling author and all around local boy done good Brad Meltzer will appear tonight (Wednesday) at Stephane's in Boca Raton for a meet and greet with fans and customers.

The author will appear as part of the French-American restaurant's weekly "girl's night out" promo. The event is from 6 to 8 p.m. and attendees will have a chance to receive signed copies of some of the author's more notable works. The event also includes two-for-one cocktails for women and one complimentary bottle of bubbly for unaccompanied ladies in groups of four.

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In addition to writing bestsellers like The Inner Circle, The Tenth Justice, Dead Even, and The Book of Lies, Meltzer has written several comics and helped to co-create the TV show "Jack & Bobby." He's also the host of History Channel's "Brad Meltzer's Decoded" and recently wrote a non-fiction book, Heroes For My Son. So, yeah. He's just one of those people who's always busy writing and creating things that people want to consume while you're off looking at cat videos (maybe we're projecting, here). Either way, now's your chance to pick his brain.

There is a bar bites menu available and free valet service. Reservations are recommended. Call 561-391-5930 ext. 301.



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Tricia Woolfenden

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