October Programs - Author Visits

We’re excited to welcome several authors to our libraries this month. Our author visits connect readers with authors – and readers with readers. Get to know the author behind your favorite book or use this as an opportunity to find your next read!

Author Visit with Dana VanderLugt – Inspired by the little-known history of prisoner-of-war labor camps in the U.S. during World War II, Dana VanderLugt’s novel, “Enemies in the Orchard” is told from the point of view of two young people on either side of the war.

Lessons from a Migrant Worker & Community Leader – Author Felipe Lopez Sustaita will talk about his book, “You Can’t Run from Your Destiny: Lessons from a Migrant Worker” and his incessant positivity and personal connection and commitment to the Hispanic community.

Author Night with Rod Sadler – Local True Crime Author Rod Sadler will explore his book, “Killing Women,” which tells the story of the gruesome murders committed by serial killer, Don Miller. He will also discuss his other books, including his newest book "Grim Paradise: The Cold Case Search for the Mackinac Island Killer."

Michigan Tales – “Michigan’s Most Dangerous Women” by Tobin Buhk – Peek behind the walls of the old Detroit House of Corrections, Michigan’s only penal institution for women. Meet intriguing characters in this fascinating talk about a unique segment of Michigan history.

Looking for more opportunities to learn, imagine and connect? Join us for book discussions, family storytimes, crafting classes and more by browsing our events calendar at www.cadl.org/events.