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SEAN LYNCH at Books Inc. Palo Alto

Retired Lieutenant, and former Commander of the Detective Division in the Bay Area, Sean Lynch shares his debut thriller, Wounded Prey. When recently retired SF Police Inspector, Bob Farrell, hears of the return of a brutal killer striking after a twenty-year break, he's on the case. But Bob's not playing by the rules any more than the killer is, and soon the FBI have both of them in their sights. . .
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ISBN: 9781909223073
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Published: Osprey Publishing (WA) - May 28th, 2013

The Peninsula Parlour presents DENNIS MCFARLAND in conversation with LISEN STROMBERG at Books Inc. Palo Alto


The Peninsula Parlour presents Stegner Fellow Dennis McFarland, discussing Nostalgia, in conversation with Lisen Stromberg. Set during the Civil War, Nostalgia's outcome hinges on friendships forged in crisis, reminding us that the injuries of war are manifold, and the healing goodness in the human soul runs deep and strong. 15% of all sales made during this event will be donated to Abilities United.

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ISBN: 9780307908346
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Published: Pantheon Books - October 1st, 2013

ELLEN KIRSCHMAN with Palo Alto Police Chief DENNIS BURNS at Books Inc. Palo Alto

Co-founder of policefamilies.com and police and public safety psychologist for thirty plus years Ellen Kirschman shares her debut thriller, Burying Ben. When Dot Meyerhoff settles in as psychologist for the Kenilworth Police Department she gets more than she bargained for when troubled rookie, Ben Gomez, commits suicide and lays the blame on her. Joining Ellen for this thrilling night is Palo Alto Police Chief Dennis Burns.

EVAN THOMAS at Books Inc. Palo Alto

Assistant managing editor of Newsweek and New York Times bestseller Evan Thomas shares Ike's Bluff, the startling account of how the underrated Dwight Eisenhower saved the world from nuclear holocaust with a gamble of such magnitude that there could be but two outcomes: thousands of lives saved, or millions of lives lost.  Co-sponsored by the Palo Alto Library!

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