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Marilyn Jax, the award-winning author of Sapphire Trails, Road to Omalos and The Find, signed copies of her books on Sat. Aug. 2 at Red Wing's 32nd Annual River City Days Arts & Crafts Festival. The event took place under giant walnut trees, on a grassy natural surface near the majestic Mississippi River, in Red Wing's Levee Park.
Marilyn Jax's books are all mysteries involving private investigators Claire Caswell and Gaston "Guy" Lombard. Learn more at www.marilynjax.com.
Dr. Tom Combs debuted his new medical thriller, Nerve Damage, at The Bookcase of Wayzata on Tues., July 29. A great crowd turned out to help celebrate the book launch. Close to 50 people packed the store.
Nerve Damage is the story of an ER Physician and medical researcher from Minnesota named Drake Cody. He has created an experimental drug that may help the paralyzed walk. A diabolical predator has learned of the priceless research and will stop at nothing -- including murder -- to obtain it.
Learn more about the book at www.tom-combs.com.
This tour covered a slice of history along Detroit’s historic avenue with selected landmarks from Willis to Old Main being highlighted with a literary twist. Participants learned about the early architects of this amazing avenue, heard the magnificent stories of buildings and tales of notable residents, discovered who the streets are named after and experienced what this vibrant area is like today.
Featured on the walk were the historic Venn Manor (c. 1904/1905), the place where Charles Novacek, Czechoslovak Detroiter immigrant/artist/writer/engineer wrote his award-winning memoir from 2000-2007 - Border Crossings: Coming of Age in the Czech Resistance, endorsed by Madeleine Albright.
The tour ended back at the bookstore with a slice of delicious birthday cake and for book lovers – a 10% discount off selected books on Detroit or by Detroiters.
The novel tells the story of a young woman forced to be a sex slave for members of the Japanese army during World War II. Learn more about the book at http://www.williamandrewsbooks.com