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Southborough: Author Steve Ulfelder to speak at Southborough Library

June 5, 2014

Southborough – Author and Southborough resident Steve Ulfelder will discuss his fourth Conway Sax mystery, Wolverine Bros. Freight & Storage, on Thursday, June 5, at 7 p.m., at the Southborough Library.

“Conway Sax is a man on a mission??”this time in Los Angeles, where he uses his race-driving experience in a desperate bid to rescue Kenny Spoon, a washed-up TV star who's been kidnapped. It's a favor for Kenny's mother Eudora, Conway's dear friend and a fellow member of the Barnburners, his tight-knit maverick AA group.” Come hear more about Conway Sax and the dark secrets he uncovers in this mystery.

Steve Ulfelder has lived in Southborough for 20 years. He writes the award-winning Conway Sax novels, hard-boiled mysteries set in the Metrowest. His first mystery, Purgatory Chasm, was nominated for an Edgar Award for best first mystery, 2012. Wolverine Bros. Freight & Storage is the fourth book in the series and was released May 6, 2014.

The free presentation is sponsored by the Friends of the Southborough Library with the support of the Southborough Cultural Arts Council. All are welcome. The Southborough Library is located at 25 Main St., on the corner of Routes 85 and 30. For more information about this program, call 508-485-5031.

Details

Date:
June 5, 2014

Venue

Southborough Library
25 Main St.
Southborough, 01772 United States
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Phone:
508 485 5031

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