Tuesday, January 06, 2009


FWA Ancient City Chapter Meeting Notice for January 2009

Ancient City Chapter/FWA
January 17, 2009 Meeting, Main Library, 10:15 AM

Marshall Frank

“Turning Fact into Fiction (and non-fiction)”

Join us on Saturday, January 17, for guest speaker Marshall Frank as he tells you how to turn fact into fiction. This talk is for fiction and non-fiction writers as Mr. Frank has published in both areas.

Marshall Frank is a retired captain from the Metro-Dade Police Department in Miami, Florida, where he served in many law enforcement capacities during a thirty-year career, including sixteen years in Homicide where he testified in over one hundred murder investigations and supervised nearly three thousand murder cases. He also served as commander of CSI for five years.
In 1980, Frank was called to testify before the U.S. Congress concerning the problems of violent crime in America.
A former symphony violinist as well, Frank is now the author of five suspense novels and four books of non-fiction. Besides writing books, he is a freelance editorial columnist with over four hundred of his articles appearing in various newspapers and magazines. He also maintains an on-line blogging site where he shares articles on a myriad of topics.


-The Latent
-On My Father’s Grace
-Dire Straits
-Beyond the Call
-Call Me Mommy

-From Violins To Violence, is a memoir about growing up with the mob on Miami Beach and his life as a cop.
-Criminal Injustice In America is a collection of essays that offers a critical look at a failed justice system, and what can be done about it.
-Frankly Speaking: A Collection of Published Short Stories and Articles with a Provocative Twist on Today’s Hot Topics.
-Militant Islam In America unveils disturbing revelations about the surreptitious invasion of the United States by Wahhabi Islamic forces from the Middle East hell-bent on replacing the Constitution by the Quran.

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