Newest P.I. McGill Mystery Novel’s Author in Dallas - Tuesday, March 15.
(DALLAS) — Leonid McGill, private investigator, got the job done in Walter Mosley’s first two New York Times bestsellers. Now times are tough, he’s looking for work and his personal life is complicated in the third McGill series installment titled “When the Thrill Is Gone.”
Mosley, described by President Bill Clinton as one of his favorite writers, will be on hand to talk about his work and sign his latest novel on Tuesday, March 15, at the Barnes and Noble bookstore in Lincoln Park, 7700 W. Northwest Highway, Suite 300, in Dallas at 7 p.m. A portion of the proceeds from copies of “When the Thrill Is Gone” sold through March 16 will benefit the Dallas County Community College District Foundation’s George Dawson Scholarship Fund. Book buyers should mention Bookfair ID code 10433746 to help benefit this fund. A voucher (PDF - 81KB) also is available to print and take to the store.
The first two books in the McGill series are “The Long Fall” and “Known to Evil.”
DCCCD is a community partner with Barnes and Noble Booksellers, which is sponsoring the book signing and offering an opportunity for readers to enjoy Mosley’s book and donate to the George Dawson Scholarship Fund.
For more information, contact Allison Neal in the DCCCD outreach office at (214) 378-1722. # # #
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