Author Event: William Martin

The Nevins Library is pleased to welcome bestselling author William Martin to talk about his latest historical thriller DECEMBER '41: A WORLD WAR II THRILLER.  In this novel, Martin takes us on the ultimate manhunt, a desperate chase from Los Angeles to Washington, D. C., in the first weeks of the Second World War.

A little about the novel:

On the day after Pearl Harbor, shocked Americans gather around their radios to hear Franklin Roosevelt declare war. In Los Angeles, a German agent named Martin Browning is planning to kill FDR on the night he lights the National Christmas Tree. Who will stop him? Relentless FBI Agent Frank Carter? Kevin Cusack, a Hollywood script reader who also spies on the German Bund of Los Angeles, and becomes a suspect himself? Or Vivian Hopewell, the aspiring actress who signs on to play Martin Browning's wife and cannot help but fall in love with him?

Books will be available for purchase and signing.

Please register for this program, as space is limited.

Date:
Wednesday Aug 24, 2022
Time:
7:00 PM  -  8:00 PM
Contact:
Sarah Sullivan    978-686-4080    ssullivan@nevinslibrary.org
Location:
Garden Room

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