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Daniel Kalla and WWII hist-fic: Appearance in Brooklyn June 12

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Daniel Kalla and WWII hist-fic: Appearance in Brooklyn June 12

Post by wordscribe » Tue June 12th, 2012, 2:50 am

Hello all!

Author Daniel Kallahttp://danielkalla.com's new release, THE FAR SIDE OF THE SKY (June 5, MacMillian/Tor-Forge) focuses on a short but extraordinary period of Second World War history, when the cultures of Europe and Asia converged. Library Journal, which gave the book a starred review said: "With its unusual setting and blend of terror, hope, and love, this historical novel deserves a wide readership."

Friends of the Carroll Gardens Library is pleased to announce that author (and emergency room physician) Daniel Kalla will be visiting from Vancouver, British Columbia to read from THE FAR SIDE OF THE SKY and answer audience questions at the library Tuesday, June 12 at 7 p.m. Signed books will be available for purchase. Admission is free. The Carroll Gardens library is located at 396 Clinton Street, at Union Street. Closest subway is F line to Carroll Street. Hope to see you there!

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