Friends of San Pedro Library
"Who Dunnit" Part II
Men of Mystery
Neal Griffin and Paddy Hirsch
All questions answered and mysteries solved!
Find their novels at the San Pedro Library!
Neal Griffin, recently retired from his illustrious career in Southern California law enforcement, he follows in the footsteps of one of his heroes, Joseph Wambaugh. So far he’s on track. He’s now A Los Angeles Times bestselling author with his first book, Benefit Of The Doubt, described as riveting, clever and suspenseful; books two and three, A Voice From The Field, and By His Own Hand, further solidified his status as a knocking-it-outta-the-park mystery writer!
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By joining the Friends group you will be able to go to the monthly book sales on Friday which is open to Friends members only. You will get a quarterly Newsletter announcing programs we put on, as well as being invited to the annual Friends dinner. There are various levels of annual memberships as well as becoming a Life member. As a Life member, your name will be inscribed on a plaque in the library. Just complete the form and mail it with your check to Friends of San Pedro Library, 931 S. Gaffey St., San Pedro, CA 90731-3606. It will be processed and a confirmation letter will be sent to you with your Friends Membership Card.
Paddy Hirsch is a writer, a journalist, and as he states…an explainer. He has worked in news for nearly 20 years, but recently has been writing fiction. His first novel, The Devil’s Half Mile, a historical thriller, set in New York in 1799. The Devil’s Half Mile is a nickname for Wall Street, so it won’t surprise you to hear the story has themes of high finance, corruption and criminality. His second book, a sequel, Hudson’s Kill, is equally gripping .
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