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*Zoom* FFAPL Tuesday Author Talks:  "Homicide of a Rat" by Isaiah Rashad

*Zoom* FFAPL Tuesday Author Talks: "Homicide of a Rat" by Isaiah Rashad

[For ages 18+]  Please join us for a talk by Isaiah Rashad, author of the new book Homicide of a Rat. Isaiah is a former gang member, who rose to become a United States Army Soldier / Gulf War Veteran, Police Officer, college Assistant Professor, and published Author. In 2005, Isaiah was the editor and publisher of the bi-monthly magazine; The Non-Verbal which bridged communications between the public and law enforcement. 

 

Isaiah holds a Masters of Divinity in Global Leadership, BS; Christian Ministry in Counseling; BS; Global and Cultural Studies, AS; Research and Investigations. Isaiah is the author of several books including: Man's Search For Peace which was a 2020 Pulitzer Prize Contender. On November 11, 2021, Isaiah published his latest work; Homicide of a Rat, his first major novel. And, of course he has more works in progress.

 

The Friends & Foundation of Albany Public Library hosts regular book reviews, author talks, and special presentations on Tuesdays at noon. This will be our first Tuesday program after a winter pause. We will return to 1st and 3rd Tuesdays online until in-person programs at the Washington Avenue Branch resume. FFAPL Tuesday Book Talks are free and open to the public.  Zoom room opens at 12 pm for socializing and announcements. Readings and talks begin at 12:15pm.

Come talk about books with the Friends!

Date:
Tuesday, February 15, 2022
Time:
12:00pm - 1:15pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Audience:
  Adult  
Categories:
  Adult Program     Virtual/Online  

Registration is required. There are no seats available but a waiting list is available.

Summary: What is right and what is wrong? In this modern society of uncertainty, these questions are answered through the real life stories of murder, deception and betrayal from the view of a gang member, soldier and Police Officer. And, you may just discover that what you believe to be wrong, may just be right.

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Friends and Foundation of Albany Public Library

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