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Publishing in the middle of a pandemic presented many obstacles including the ability to promote "The Snow Killings." Thanks to area public libraries, I've been able to spread the word via virtual presentations. This week includes two in-person events complete with book signings. I hope it's a sign of things to come.

Here's the schedule

Tuesday, January 18, 6:30-7:30 p.m. Detroit Public Library.

This is a virtual event and it will also be streamed/recorded on the Detroit Public Library's channel.

Following the presentation, Cory Williams, who was the lead detective on the OCCK case for over 13 years, will be joining me in a Q and A discussion. Williams retired in 2019 after 36 years in law enforcement, the last ten years he served as a criminal investigator for the Wayne County Prosecutors' office. He continues to serve as a consultant on the OCCK case.

You can register for the Detroit Public Library event here:

Wednesday, January 19, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. Alice and Jack Wirt/Bay County Public Library.

This is an in- person event featuring the book presentation, Q and A discussion, and signed books for purchase.

Alice and Jack Wirt Public Library

Kantzler Community Room

500 Center Ave, Bay City, MI 48708

Register for the live event here:

The event will also be live-streamed on on the Bay County library's Facebook page here:

Saturday, January 22, 3:30 p.m - 5 p.m. Pontiac Public Library

This is a live event, held in the library's auditorium, featuring presentations from two non-fiction authors, Martha Bloomfield and myself. After the presentation, you can purchase signed copies of our books.

Pontiac Public Library

60 East Pike Street

Pontiac, MI 48342

For more info:

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Adira James has written a first-person account of her parents' trafficking her as very young child in the insanely lucrative child prostitution and pornography rings active in the Detroit suburbs in the seventies and eighties. Hers was not a childhood; it was torture and slavery and brainwashing at the hands of evil incarnate. That Adira survived with her sense of self in tact is a monumental achievement; publishing this memoir is her victory lap.

As painful as is this to read, please do not take a pass. Silence is complicit. No matter how abhorrent, evil must be exposed in order to defeat it.

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Description:Author Marney Keenan presents on one of the oldest unsolved serial child murder cases in the country and the basis of her book The Snow Killings: Inside the Oakland County Child Killer Investigation. Some are still working to crack the case and bring closure to the victims’ families.

Date:Thursday - October 28 2021

Time:7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location:WBTPL Zoom 1

Program Type:Adult Programs

Series:Thursday, 10-28-2021, 07:00PM -08:00PM

Public Note:Registration is required.

Visit, click “Services” and then “Virtual Programs.”

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