On Sunday, Sep. 22, Warwick’s bookstore (warwicks.indiebound.com) will host two local authors, Larry Edwards and Mike Punaro, as part of their Weekend with Locals series of author events. The two San Diego authors will appear back-to-back with Edwards signing at noon and Punaro at 2:30 p.m.
“Dare I Call It Murder?” is a memoir of violent loss as experienced by Larry Edwards. In 1977, Loren and Joanne Edwards left Puget Sound aboard their 53-foot sailboat Spellbound, destined for French Polynesia. Six months later they lay dead aboard their boat in the middle of the Pacific Ocean. In “Dare I Call It Murder?”, Edwards sets the record straight, revealing previously undisclosed facts from the FBI investigation as he lays out the case never presented in court. More information about Larry M. Edwards is available on his website at www.larryedwards.com.
Michael Punaro’s “Delirium Intersect” is a suspense novel in which oceanographic engineer and inventor Michael Royle wakes up after an emergency surgery convinced that the California hospital he's in is out to kill him. Learn more about “Delirium Intersect” on the book page at Tate Publishing.
In addition to his columns on Examiner.com, Terry Ambrose (themysterywriter.com) also writes mysteries and suspense. The San Francisco Book Review said of his latest novel, “On all levels License to Lie justifiably earned this five-star rating!”