Michele McPhee Visits Library on 11/15

True crime author, Boston Herald columnist, WCVB investigator reporter, and former WRKO conservative talk show visits TPL!

Thursday, November 15, 7pm: An Evening with Michele McPhee

REGISTER HERE: http://www.eventkeeper.com/code/events.cfm?curOrg=TEWKS#2812659

About The Program: Come hear veteran crime journalist Michele McPhee discuss her five best-selling true crime books: "A Professor's Rage," "A Date with Death," "Heartless - The True Story of Neil Entwistle and the Brutal Murder of His Wife and Baby," "When Evil Rules," and "A Mob Story." (Three of her books have been or are being made in movies.) Signed copies of McPhee's books will be available for purchase after the event.

About The Author: Michelle McPhee is an Emmy-nominated investigative reporter and host of The Michele McPhee show that airs from 11am to 3pm weekdays on AM 680 WRKO. A longtime columnist for the Boston Herald, McPhee has covered high-profile crime cases across the country and has been a commentator on breaking news for national programs on CNN; MSNBC; and Fox News. She has co-produced and hosted two Tru-TV specials. McPhee's true crime stories have appeared in more than a dozen national magazines including Maxim; Stuff; Cosmopolitan; ESPN the Magazine; and other international publications.

Sponsored by the Friends of the Tewksbury Public Library. Attendees must enter and exit the building through the Meeting Room doors.

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