The Thriller Book Discussion at Kennesaw Library on Tuesday will feature a forensic expert sharing her insights on the fiction and the reality of Speaking in Bones, a novel by Kathy Reichs. The free October 30th program is from 6:30 pm to 7:30 p.m.
The special guest for the October 30th program is Cara Rolfe, forensic investigator with the Cobb Medical Examiner’s Office. She received her doctorate in forensic anthropology and masters in archeology from the University of Tennessee, home of the Archaeological Research Facility (also known as “The Body Farm”).
Speaking in Bones is the 18th novel of the Temperance Brennan series about a forensic anthropologist confronting suspense and mystery where law, science and crimes meet. Author Kathy Reichs is an internationally recognized forensic anthropologist.
Space is limited. To reserve a spot, please call the Kennesaw Library at 770-528-2529
Kennesaw Library is located at 2250 Lewis Street, Kennesaw 30144. For more information, please call 770-528-2529.