. . . for what the Maplewood Public Library has labeled An Evening with Michael Kahn. Here is a link to a description of the event, which should be lots of fun. I will be discussing and fielding questions on the topic of “Why Truth Is Stranger than Fiction?”
Here is the Library’s description of the event:
Michael Kahn is a trial lawyer by day and a writer by night. He is the award-winning author of the nationally popular Rachel Gold mystery series. The latest entry in that series is Face Value. Earlier this year he published The Sirena Quest, a stand-alone novel that Publishers Weekly praised as “Equal parts rollicking adventure, existential and spiritual quest, and coming-of-(middle)-age tale.”
A former elementary school teacher in the Chicago public schools, Michael somehow finds time to practice law, teach classes as an adjunct law professor at Washington University in St. Louis, blog on his webpage, and write this entertaining mystery/thriller series.
Come spend an evening with Michael Kahn as he shares his love of writing and the legal realm.
Books will be available for sale that evening.
The Library is at 7550 Lohmeyer in Maplewood, Missouri 63143. And yes, as the engraving above the doors indicates, the Maplewood Public Library occupies what was formerly the Maplewood Municpal Pool. I don’t know whether there will be lifeguards at the event.