‘The Knife’s Edge’ book release party

Author Matt Wolf with ‘The Knife’s Edge.’ the first book in his Ronan series

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reception was held at the Rancho Valencia Resort to celebrate the release of TPHS alumnus Matt Wolf’s debut epic fantasy novel “The Knife’s Edge.” The event featured an author book signing, fresh seasonal hors d’oeuvres, full bar, and themed entertainment from a cast of lively characters from the book.

Wolf is a graduate of UC Santa Barbara with a literature degree, specializing in medieval and Japanese works.

–Photos/Jon Clark

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