‘Evening with Crime Novelist C.A. Griffith’ announced by FOLA
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Friends of the Library Association board prepares for its upcoming Author Evening. Standing, from left, are Kay Walker, Diane Bright, Geneva Spence, Nikki Branam, Ann Cherry, Carolyn Jackson,Vivian Watbillig and Peggy Jones; seated, Nancy Eskew, Meg Campbell and Margaret Sheehan.
Friends of the Library Association board prepares for its upcoming Author Evening. Standing, from left, are Kay Walker, Diane Bright, Geneva Spence, Nikki Branam, Ann Cherry, Carolyn Jackson,Vivian Watbillig and Peggy Jones; seated, Nancy Eskew, Meg Campbell and Margaret Sheehan.
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“An Evening with Crime Novelist C.A. Griffith” has been announced by the Friends of the Library Association, FOLA, for April 24 at the Cleveland Country Club at 7:30 p.m.

Griffith is a retired major with the Cobb County (Ga.) Sheriff’s Office.

His assignments over three decades included undercover narcotics, aiding the Atlanta DEA Task Force, fraud and fugitive investigations, commanding an internal affairs unit and serving as assistant division commander of field operations. He retired to devote his full attention to writing Grey Colson crime thrillers.

There will be a Meet the Author Reception from 6 until 7 p.m. for $35 per person, or $60 a couple. The hors d’oeuvre and wine reception will be limited to the first 75 reservations.

The author talk is $5 or free with a student ID. A question-and-answer session and book signing will follow the book talk.

Make your reservations now at the Library or send your check to FOLA, 795 Church St., Cleveland TN 37311.

To purchase through PayPal, go to the library’s website at clevelandlibrary.org. Credit cards will be accepted at the library. Tickets to the Book Talk will be available at the door.

Reservations to the Meet the Author Reception need to be made by April 21.