One author has the most topical book around. The other offers up a rousing bit of historical fiction.
We have a doubleheader author appearance on Saturday, Oct. 26, at 2 p.m.
William Abbott, a long-time probation officer here in Floyd County, will unveil his new book, Searching for Justice: The Trials of David Camm in a book-talk and signing in our coffee nook and will stick around to answer all your questions about his career, the book, and the triple-murder case that has dominated the headlines for a decade.
Believe me, Bill Abbott knows of which he speaks and now that the 3rd trial is over, hear the uncensored facts from the man who was right there in the middle of it all.
Concurrently, Indiana’s own K.B. Laugheed will present her new novel, The Spirit Keeper, in our group meeting area. K.B.’s story revolves around the kidnapping of a young frontier women by native tribes in 18th-Century Pennsylvania. Katie O’Toole is believed by the natives to be the Creature of Fire and Ice prophesied by holy man Syawa.
Come for one and stay for both.