Gable will talk about her latest novel, “The Summer I Met Jack,” published in May 2018. It provides an alternate story about John F. Kennedy and Alicia Corning Clark, who allegedly had a romantic relationship with him after they met in 1950.
The New York Times and USA Today bestselling author’s other books include “A Paris Apartment,” “I’ll See You in Paris” and “The Book of Summer.” Gable, a Cardiff-by-the-Sea resident, last participated in Brandeis’ Book and Author Luncheon in 2015.
Vianna will talk about his 2017 novel “Betrayal,” about a young woman who has been betrayed by so many since childhood that she does not know who to trust when she encounters a threatening situation at work.
The Carlsbad-based author has had 24 books published, ranging from novels to those that provide career advice. Since 2003, screenplays have also been adapted from some of his novels.
Wagman-Geller will talk about her 2015 book, “Behind Every Great Man: Women in the Shadows of History’s Alpha Males.” It features vignettes on 40 women, spanning the early 1800s to present day, from around the world who were married to famous men.
Some of the Southern California-based author’s other books include “Still I Rise: The Persistence of Phenomenal Women” and “Eureka! The Surprising Stories Behind the Ideas that Shaped the World.”
Proceeds from the event will benefit the Magnify the Mind Campaign at Brandeis University.