Author's Past & Present book  signings:

Tuesday, February 17th
on behalf of JCS
Aventura, FL

Coral Gables, FL

Past speaking engagements: 
Katz JCC, Cherry Hill, NJ
Book Expo, NYC
Westport Lirbary, CT
Main Point Books, Pa 
barnes & noble, pa
Westport Arts Ctr, ct
barnes & noble, nyc
Temple Shalom, CT
Barnes & Noble, manhasset
New Canaan Library, CT

Book groups:
Reach suzanne via her "contact page" to request her at your book group. if she is unable to attend,
she will do her best to skype/webchat or phone in.

Proud to support raise awareness and put an end to domestic violence and sexual assault.

by Suzanne R. Krauss

The story begins with a twenty-six-year-old woman living the American dream in the 1960s. She was a homemaker and mother of three in the beautiful suburbs of Philadelphia. At thirty-two she gets a divorce and trades brownies and carpools for pasties and feathers as a Showgirl in Las Vegas. In a nutshell, this woman leaves her husband in 1972 and is swooped up by a rich man who wants to make her a showgirl. He moves her to Vegas and shortly after, he disappears.
She then meets a Vegas mobster who introduces her into the underground workings of Vegas casinos. She realizes her dream when she nails an audition and becomes one of the most sought-after showgirls of her time in the Tropicana’s famous Les Folies Bergere. Finally, this woman meets a man who wants to marry her and take in her children—a man who nearly destroys them with violence, alcohol and abuse over the course of six years. Suzanne can tell this story firsthand, because this woman is her mother.

Laura Schroff, author of An Invisible Thread says, “A riveting, gut-wrenching memoir tells in astonishing detail what went on behind the closed doors in Suzanne Krauss’ childhood home. This page-turner, To Vegas and Back is a true testament of her perseverance, resilient human spirit and how the unconditional love between a mother and daughter can lead to forgiveness and healing.” 

"One of 13 books to cozy up with." -MORE Magazine
"It’s a riveting read." - Philadelphia Magazine
"Don't pass up this page-turner!" - Delilah Radio Show Host

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