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Who Done It: True Crime Stories From A Librarian’s Perspective, 10:30 AM

When:
Wednesday, March 13, 2019, 10:30 AM until 12:00 PM
Where:
TVIH
6061 Stevens Forest Road
Columbia, MD  21044

443-3679043
Contact(s):
Jean E Salkeld
Category:
Discussion
Registration is required
Registrations due by March 12.
Capacity:
30
Available Slots:
18
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Roberta Rood, a librarian retired from the Howard County Library System, will suggest the best in true crime writing. Lizzie Borden? Ted Bundy? Charles Manson? What really happened? Get lots of suggestions for further reading. No advanced reading required. Roberta has an MA in English from Georgetown and has taught a course in True Crime Literature at Osher. She blogs at “Books to the Ceiling  (robertarood.wordpress.com)

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