Split Shift Sleuths - Adult Winter Reading Program 2014

Winter Reading Program

Split Shift Sleuths
January 26 - March 9, 2014

Step into the shoes of split shift sleuths – regular job holders by day, crime-solving detectives by night. For example, take Theodosia Browning, who runs a tea shop in Charleston, SC and investigates murder on the side.

Read three (3) mysteries featuring Split Shift Sleuths – from film critics to museum curators – and earn a chance to win a prize.

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Author Visit: Daniel P. Smith
Wednesday, March 12 at 7pm, Large Meeting Room

Author, journalist, and lifelong Chicagoan Daniel P. Smith guides readers into the closed-door society that is the Chicago Police Department in his compelling debut work, On the Job: Behind the Stars of the Chicago Police Department. Sharing never-before-told stories of the tolls the job exacts on the officers and their lives while interweaving a discussion of Chicago's criminal landscape, police department culture, and history, Smith discusses the personal experiences and the unique perspective he was able to achieve given his background. Smith has appeared on WGN-TV, Chicago Public Radio, Fox News, WGN radio, and the History Channel. Open to everyone. Register online, by phone at (847) 439-0447, or in person.

Last Updated: February 28, 2014

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