Brian Freeman, author of ?Immoral? and a 1984 Carleton graduate, will hold a reading on Tuesday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. in the Carleton College Gould Library Athenaeum. The event is free and open to the public.
The book is Freeman?s debut novel and it has been earning rave reviews from critics and readers across the country. A thriller, ?Immoral? introduces Jonathan Stride, an investigator who must work to solve a string of unsolved murders that have riveted Duluth, Minn. As Stride digs deeper into the case, the things he finds lead him to a terrifying conclusion.
Several well-known authors have praised Freeman?s effort. Jeffrey Deaver called ?Immoral? ?breathtakingly real and utterly compelling,? saying the book ?dishes up page-turning psychological suspense while treating us lucky readers to some of the most literate and stylish writing you?ll find anywhere today.? Michael Connelly agreed, calling it ?a page-turner of the highest caliber.?
Freeman was an English major at Carleton and is an accomplished business writer and marketing executive. He lives in Minnesota.
For more information and disability accommodations, call the Carleton Gould Library at (507) 646-4260.
Added by carlmedr on September 1, 2005