The Author I am Going to Meet!

Photo: True crime author Diane Fanning played a critical role in finding justice for Julie Rea Harper, who was wrongfully convicted of murdering her 10 year old son.   Meet Fanning, Saturday, October 11, 10:30am at the Donald W. Reynolds Library.  Fanning is the author of over 10 true crime novels.  Her book, Written in Blood, was nominated for the Edgar Allen Poe award. Another Fanning title Gone Forever is considered by Domestic Violence Shelters around the country as an important book for women. Several of Fanning’s titles are currently on display at the Library and available for checkout.  Her October 11th program will begin with a presentation from Fanning about her writing career, research methods, and experiences, followed by a Q & A session, and book sale/signing.  This program is part of a line-up of special programs slated at the Library during the run of the Crime Lab Detective exhibit, which will be at the Library through November 2.  See 20/20 news story about the Julie Rea Harper case at http://abcnews.go.com/2020/story?id=2931404&page=1.

True crime author Diane Fanning played a critical role in finding justice for Julie Rea Harper, who was wrongfully convicted of murdering her 10 year old son.  Fanning is the author of over 10 true crime novels. Her book, Written in Blood, was nominated for the Edgar Allen Poe award. Another Fanning title Gone Forever is considered by Domestic Violence Shelters around the country as an important book for women.  Her October 11th program will begin with a presentation from Fanning about her writing career, research methods, and experiences, followed by a Q & A session, and book sale/signing.  See 20/20 news story about the Julie Rea Harper case athttp://abcnews.go.com/2020/story?id=2931404&page=1.

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