Former FBI Director James Comey will bring his book tour to Seattle on Sunday with a sold-out event hosted by Elliott Bay Book Company and Seattle University.

The venue, Campion Ballroom, fits around 700 people, according to organizers.

Media will not be allowed to cover the event, per Comey’s publisher.

In his tell-all book, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership, Comey details private interactions with President Donald Trump. Comey, who was fired by Trump last year, compares the president to a mob boss and blasts Trump for being “untethered to the truth.”

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Elliott Bay has declined to reveal how many copies of the book were pre-ordered locally. At Seattle Public Library, more than 1,000 copies were put on hold, according to the library’s website.

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