This Friday, Neal Griffin will be joining us to discuss his new book, Benefit of the Doubt. The book is about a police officer who commits an act of abusive force so egregious that it lands him in a media firestorm. An experienced police officer himself, Neil is the perfect person to explore this extremey relevant, if not prescient, story. Here are a few interesting write ups from newspapers on Neal and the book.
Michael Harvey’s stand alone novel, Brighton, was aquired by filmmaker Graham King. Given his stellar record, we all can’t wait to see it. Congratulations Mike!
Local ASU student, James Carroccio, made this short video about our fair bookstore, the Poisoned Pen. Even though I am in the store nearly everyday, seeing it through this lens sheds a fresh light on it. It really is a unique place that enriches the local community, a cultural oasis amidst a desert metropolis. The Pen thrives because of the faithful patrons and readers, so, from all us here, thank you.
We’ll see you soon!
Here is a link to James’s portfolio:
This is a fascinating book and sure to be an amazing interview. If you haven’t already, mark it down in your calendar. An event not to be missed!