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Ryan to sign copies of new book at Tatnuck Bookseller Sunday, Dec. 8

THE WRONG GIRL HC SPWestborough – Author Hank Phillippi Ryan will be signing copies of her new book, “The Wrong Girl” at Tatnuck Bookseller, Sunday, Dec. 8, from 1 – 3 p.m.

Last seen in “The Other Woman” trying to overcome her disgrace after being discredited as a journalist, investigative reporter Jane Ryland now returns in “The Wrong Girl” and this time she's on the trail of a frightening story that could rip families apart. Does a respected adoption agency have a frightening secret? Tipped off by a determined ex-colleague on a desperate quest to find her birth mother, Boston newspaper reporter Ryland begins to suspect that the agency is engaging in the ultimate betrayal – are they reuniting birth parents with the wrong children?

Hank Phillippi Ryan is well known as the longtime on-camera investigative reporter for Boston's NBC affiliate, WHDH-TV, where she has won 30 EMMYs and 12 Edward R. Murrow awards. But now, she has gained countless new fans for her award-winning and critically-acclaimed bestselling mystery/thriller novels, including 2012's The Other Woman, which recently won the Mary Higgins Clark Award (Mystery Writers of America) as well as being nominated for the Anthony, Agatha, Macavity, Daphne and Shamus Awards.

Tatnuck Bookseller is located at the Westborough Shopping Center, Route 9 and Lyman Street.

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