** THIS SUNDAY’S LECTURE HAS BEEN CANCELLED — WE WILL RESCHEDULE FOR THE WINTER **
Join us for an autumn afternoon lecture, featuring author Thomas Cassidy!
“In one of the deadliest years in New York City history, one murder stands out among the rest.” Follow along as Thomas Cassidy tells the story of September 10, 1981, where Detective Commander of Manhattan South Homicide, Lieutenant John Patrick Donnellan, gets a call that a famous actor has been murdered in his luxurious NYC apartment. Donnellan hope he’s wrong, but somehow knows that the dead actor is his best friend, Gregory Quinn, aka GQ.
Book sale and signing to follow.
Tickets are limited, advanced registration is required. $10 per person.
Please call 631-298-5292 to register or CLICK HERE
Thomas M. Cassidy is a former senior investigator who spent 20 years battling crime for the New State Attorney General. Other experiences include appointments as a Clinical Associate Professor at the School of Social Welfare at Stony Brook University, as Research Fellow for the American Institute for Economic Research and an appointment as a Senior Fellow at the Institute for SocioEconomic Studies. Tom, a member of Mystery Writers of America, is the author of: “Elder Care/What to Look For/What to Look Out For!” (New Horizon Press), “How To Choose Retirement Housing,” an Economic Education Bulletin published by the American Institute for Economic Research, and co-editor along with Dr. Lynn M. Tepper, an Associate Clinical Professor at Columbia University, of a college textbook, “Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Aging” (Springer Publishing Company).