All five authors are expected in town for the event, which will be held April 19 at the Indiana Roof Ballroom and benefits educational programs at the Christamore House in Haughville and the Frances Carter Coburn Scholarship Fund.
Melanie Benjamin's "The Aviator's Wife," and Tara Conklin's "The House Girl," have made the list. The other three authors expected in Indianapolis include Ann Hood, who wrote "The Obituary Writer," which is available now, Phillip Margolin, who wrote "Sleight of Hand," and Meg Wolitzer, who wrote "The Interestings." Margolin's and Wolitzer's books won't be available until April.
The authors will also appear April 18 at an event preview party at the Lucas estate in Carmel. That event is held for Chrisamore House Guild members.
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About 130 Indiana National Guard Soldiers are expected to come home Wednesday after nearly a year in Afghanistan.
Shelbyville native Glenn Poehner, 56, was killed in the wreck at State Road 44 and Old Franklin Road.