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Posted: 12/18/13


Locally-born author to
speak at Addison library

      The Addison Township Public Library will host locally-born author, Stephen Kaminski, on Saturday, Dec. 21, from 2-4 p.m.
       Kaminski will discuss the first two books in his Damon Lassard Dabbling Detective Mystery Series published by Cozy Cat Press: It Takes Two to Strangle and Don't Cry Over Killed Milk.
       Kaminski is a 1993 graduate of Romeo High School and graduated from Johns Hopkins University and Harvard Law School. He currently lives with his wife and daughter in Arlington, Va. and serves as senior vice president and general counsel for a national non-profit organization in Washington, D.C.
       Kaminski writes in the cozy mystery genre and was the winner of the 2012 Reader Views Literary Award for the Mid-Atlantic Region. He will be at the library to discuss his books, characters, the writing process, and the challenges of getting published. He is the son of Art and Yolanda Kaminski, who volunteer their time regularly at the Addison Township Public Library.
       The public is invited to attend the afternoon of literary discussion, book signing, refreshments, door prizes and the opportunity to buy copies of Kaminski's books.
       The library is located at 1400 Rochester Road in Leonard. Call (248) 628-7180 for information.

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