Sunday, September 24, 2017

Signing in Flemington, New Jersey

I will be appearing on November 11th at 2:00 p.m. for a book signing at Act 2 Books in Flemington, New Jersey, one of New Jersey's most famous used book shops.  The store is located at 20 Turntable Junction, Flemington, New Jersey.

Flemington, New Jersey is the location of the the Trial of the Century.  On February 13, 1935, Bruno Richard Hauptmann was convicted of the murder of Charles Lindbergh, Jr.  The kidnapping and murder of the Lindbergh Baby was one of the biggest media sensations the world has ever known.

I am very pleased to receive such an invitation over 3 1/2 years after my book's publication.  I am very much looking forward to the event.


Anonymous said...

It is a great book. I bought several copies and gave them as Christmas gifts to friends and family who enjoy reading about events in history.

kerfuffle said...

Please establish a new thread on this blog, about the $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative grant, awarded by Gov. Andrew Cuomo last week at Keegan Ales. Very little has been said about where the money will specifically be spent. It appears that much of it will wind up in the hands of private uptown developers, particularly Kingston Plaza. Considering the extremely spotty record of our neophyte mayor, particularly when it comes to grant mismanagement, one must wonder how this ten million dollar bonanza will be allocated. See, for example, the Pike Plan fiasco, and many other recent grant scandals involving falsification of paperwork. Also, a very serious ethics scandal, one of the players, Brad Jordan, a beneficiary of this new grant money, as principal of the Kingston Plaza business. I find it interesting that another former Ethics Board member recently relocated their uptown business to the very same corner where the new parking garage & hotel complex was just announced this month. How can we expect transparency and fiscal responsibility when press conferences have been eliminated,

Anonymous said...

Rich great book. Moving forward can you tell us the review and approval process for the "murals" going up? One can only assume approvals must be coming from the Mayor as nothing has appeared before any the the boards etc, You know like the color of the marble on the former Woolworth Building that was such a concern.