An exciting event is coming up on Thursday evening, May 7. Essex Library is celebrating the acceleration to national popularity of local author Douglass Seaver. He will appear at the Essex Library to discuss his latest book and sign copies.
The fog of war hides many secrets, but rarely a good one. The Fourth Rule tells the story of one secret born when a Green Beret returns from Vietnam and disappears. Two decades later, the CIA approaches the soldier’s younger brother, Matthew Grant, to uncover what happened. Matthew denies knowing anything, but the CIA doesn’t believe him, and thus begins an intense struggle between the CIA, hell-bent on protecting its own and continuing its illicit clandestine activities, and a not-so-ordinary citizen, who has to risk it all to protect his secret and right a terrible wrong from the past.
Seaver is the author of the highly praised nonfiction book, Four Across the Atlantic, and the award winning short story, The Auction. He was one of five debut thriller authors selected by the International Thriller Writers to join New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline recently at the Palm Beach Peril to discuss and sign copies of his book. He is a graduate of the two-year online Stanford Certificate Program in Creative writing.
This event is free and open to the public. Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing. Please call the Library at 860 767-1560 for more information and to register. The Essex Library is located at 33 West Avenue in Essex, CT.