Hillary Clinton, the former secretary of state and former first lady, drew hundreds of fans to East Hampton Village on Saturday for a signing of her new memoir.
After Secret Service screenings, fans were let into BookHampton to meet Clinton and have her autograph their copies of Hard Choices.
Clinton, who is staying in Amagansett this month with husband President Bill Clinton, chatted up guests while breezing through countless autographs.
Howard Dean, the former governor of Vermont who has also been the Democratic National Committee chairman, arrived to East Hampton early, greeting people outside of Starbucks, next door to BookHampton, before heading into the bookstore to see Clinton.
Rufus Wainwright, the musician and Shelter Island resident, was accompanied by spouse Jörn Weisbrodt when her got his book signed.
Dr. Suzan Johnson Cook, a Sag Harbor resident who served as ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom in the Obama administration, also attended the signing.
Clinton will have another Hard Choices signing in the Hamptons, this one at Books & Books in Westhampton Beach on Sunday, August 24, at 2 p.m.