Mon 13 May 2013
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Pope Room and Auditorium
Winner of the Cleveland Arts Prize for Literature, Albert Borowitz writes about true crime mysteries. Borowitz holds a B.A. in classics, an M.A. in Chinese Regional Studies, and a J.D., all from Harvard University, and can speak or read eight languages. He is the author of numerous essays on crime and coined the term “Psychological Kidnapping”, which remains in use today. His first full-length monograph, The Woman Who Murdered Black Satin: The Bermondsey Horror, was a nominee for the Gold Dagger award for true crime given by the Crime Writers Association.
– Taco chicken salad
– Brownies with vanilla ice cream
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