North Adams, MA - Inkberry and Papyri Books present An Evening with Charles O'Brien as the June WordPlay event. O'Brien, an historical fiction author, will read from his most recent mystery, Cruel Choices, published this year by Severn House Publishers. He will then take questions and be available to sign copies of his books.
O'Brien taught history for thirty years and was teaching a course called The History of Modern Crime & Police when he decided to use his expertise to write historical fiction. Cruel Choices is the sixth in his mystery series featuring Anne Cartier and Colonel Paul de Saint-Martin, which is set in England and France in the years leading to the French Revolution. O'Brien lives in Williamstown with his wife Elvy, an art historian.
The reading, hosted by Gail Burns, will be held Saturday, June 9, at 7:00 p.m. at Papyri Books, 45 Eagle Street and will be followed by our traditional open mic. Refreshments will be available, and admission is free and open to the public.
For additional information regarding Inkberry or these readings, contact Inkberry by phone at 413-664-0775 or visit www.inkberry.org.
About Inkberry Inkberry promotes the literary arts in the Berkshires with events and community partnerships that celebrate and support writing and reading. Inkberry is supported by the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.