William Crawford will be featured at an event at Harold Washington Library on Thursday 21 April at 6pm. His book, Justice Perverted: How The Innocence Project at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism Sent an Innocent Man to Prison, will be thoroughly discussed by the author. You can find more information at the CPL website here; the library notes that seating is limited. Crawford’s event is also being discussed at The Barbershop by Dennis Byrne.
Join William B Crawford on Thursday 10 September, 7:30 pm, for a reading and discussion of Justice Perverted: How The Innocence Project at Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism Sent an Innocent Man to Prison.
Books will be available for purchase and signing. The Glencoe Public Library is located at 320 Park Ave, Glencoe. Should be an electrifying evening!
Readers’ Favorite has given a five-star rating to The Mystery at Sag Bridge. Congratulations to Pat Camalliere on the exciting review, which likens the book to “Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw, and the movie The Others, only happier.” Read the full review here, it’s fantastic!
Update: Jay Amberg’s Bone Box has also received five stars from Readers’ Favorite! They call it “an ‘un-put-downable’ book of the highest quality.” You can read that review here.
There’s more! A compelling new interview with William B Crawford is available on Afters Hours with Rick Kogan; you can listen here.
All photography provided by Richard Mack. A great night!
July 6 at 7pm, at the American Legion Hall Post 42, 1030 Central St, Evanston.
Featuring our 2015 books:
- The Women’s Center by Michele Fitzpatrick
- Bone Box by Jay Amberg
- The Mystery at Sag Bridge by Pat Camalliere
- A History of Surgery at Cook County Hospital, edited by Patrick D. Guinan, Kenneth J. Printen, James L. Stone, & James S. T. Yao
- Justice Perverted by William B. Crawford
- Jesusita by Ronald L. Ruiz
In addition, our older titles will be for sale half-price. Hope to see you there!