Join us on Saturday, July 20 from 1 - 2 p.m. for a book signing with authors and playwrights from Nevada Shakespeare Company's production of Voices in the Life, a new play consisting of real-life monologues, shedding light on prostitution in Nevada from the early mining days of Virginia City to present day.
Jane McCormick - Breaking My Silence
Breaking My Silence is an unembellished non-fiction memoir about Jane McCormick's life and her survival from child abuse, domestic violence, prostitution, and human trafficking. Co-written by Jane McCormick and Patti Wicklund, "Breaking My Silence" is an absolute must read for everyone desiring to protect and prevent other innocent lives from being negatively impacted by the very perpetrators who unceasingly prey on them.
Maggy Anthony - Death is a Crapshoot and Death Plays it as it Lays
Death is a Crapshoot - Reno in 1949 was a hot town, legal gambling, quickie divorces, and legal prostitution just up the road. Gangsters there were, but keeping a low profile, until, from the past, from Detroit, come some guys to stir up the pot. It takes all Hank Faro's resources as a small town P.I. to unravel the unholy mess created as the pot boils over in murder.
Death Plays it as it Lays - Hank Faro, Reno Private Eye is once again caught up in gangster dealings as the Las Vegas mob reacts to the upcoming Kefauver Hearings on Organized Crime. He almost loses his life because of his determination to find out what happened to a missing girl from rural Nevada as she chases her dreams in Reno and Vegas. A surprise element arises when he faces the problems of orphans, both in his personal and professional lives.