Meet three local authors who have recently published novels at Mount Clemens Public Library's Novel Night on Monday, October 22 at 7:00 p.m. First-time novelist David Inman will present his new techno-thriller, Pushing Back, a mysterious story about the development of a new energy resource. Another first-time novelist, Bob Prevost, will present his historical novel entitled Mallast, which is based upon the experiences of the Mallast family that settled in Macomb County after emigrating from Germany. Finally, we will hear from Dr. Wilmot Kreis, who will discuss his latest novel, The Corridor, the nail-biting story of an insurance investigator who poses as a prostitute in the Cass Corridor to gather data on the worst medical clinics in the area. Dr. Kreis is also the author of an eight-part historical fiction series entitled The Allards, a saga based on the true story of one of the region's pioneer families.
The program will feature discussions by each of the writers. Copies of their books will be available for purchase and autographing at the conclusion of the program. No registration is required. Please join us!
Mount Clemens Public Library is located in Macomb County, Michigan. We are one of the oldest public libraries in the state of Michigan, having been founded in 1865. MCPL is a member of the Suburban Library Cooperative (SLC), an association of public libraries in Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties.