Mystery and an important piece of Seattle history at Third Place Books next week

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

A local mystery writer and a piece of Seattle history are showcased at Third Place Books next week. Bob Santos was a Seattle civil rights leader in the beginning of the movement in Seattle. He tells the story of the coalition of ethnic groups who created change and how they did it.

Camela Thompson
Blood, Spirit, and Bone
Michael G. Munz
A Memory in the Black (Booktrope)
Thursday, May 28 at 7pm

Local author Camela Thompson’s new mystery novel is the follow-up to her first book All the Pretty Bones and is the latest book in The Hunted series.

Michael G. Munz is an award-winning author in speculative fiction. A Memory in the Black is the second  book in The New Aeneid Cycle series


Bob Santos
The Gang of Four (Chin Music)
Saturday, May 30 at 6:30pm

Seattle’s Gang of Four changed the face of the city in the 1960s through the 80s by bringing four ethnic groups together in the battles against city power brokers, over development, poverty, fishing rights, and gentrification. This is the story of a powerful political alliance and lifelong friendships forged through acts of civil disobedience.



1 comments:

Anonymous,  May 27, 2015 at 3:37 AM  

Gang of Four. Self-aggrandizement. Author "Uncle Bob" Santos (third from left) happens to be one of the GoF himself, as is current Metropolitan King County Councilmember Larry Gossett (fourth from left), who is running for re-election for the nth time since 1993. Gossett gives his buddy Santos video airtime on his taxpayer-funded webpage on the King County website: http://www.kingcounty.gov/Gossett.aspx.

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