Fifth Avenue Press Book Release Reception: AADL's Local Publishing Imprint
Sunday May 5, 2019: 1:00pm to 3:00pm
Downtown Library: 1st Floor Lobby
The Ann Arbor District Library is pleased to announce the release of five new literary works from our Fifth Avenue Press imprint. Our local authors have something to offer for a variety of readers! For adults, we're publishing three non-fiction titles, a science fiction adventure, and a page-turning fiction sequel. We will also have two picture books for children for sale. Authors and titles include:
What Justice Looks Like - a non-fiction account of two high stakes criminal cases by attorney Samuel Damren.
Who We Are Now - the thrilling sequel to 2018's adult fiction title, We Thought We Knew You by Linda Cotton Jeffries.
Almost Lost: Detroit Kids Discover Holocaust Secrets and Family Survivors - a compelling historical memoir about family, Detroit, and secrets in the Netherlands. This book is full of photographs, powerful storytelling, and primary sources from the Holocaust by Pauline Loewenhardt.
Corked: Tales of Advantage in Competitive Sports - For sports aficionados and novices alike, this collection of 26 essays covers a variety of sports from baseball and football to cricket and jai alai, with surprising stats and interesting facts for everyone! This title is by Brian Love and Michael Burns.
Dark Rhythm - a sci-fi thriller set in San Francisco about a young woman whose unusual ability brings attention that endangers her life and those of everyone around her by Charles Taylor.
Join us to hear readings and meet our third group of authors, buy their books, get them signed, and enjoy light refreshments!
For more information about Fifth Avenue Press or to submit your work visit fifthavenue.press.