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Books and Bagels

To The Movies: The Journey from Book to Screen

With Bestselling Author Joseph Finder

Date: Sunday, December 9, 2018

Time: 8:30am – Bagels
         9:15am – Discussion
        10:15am – Book Signing

LocationCongregation B'nai Torah

Cost: $5     

ContactRay Salemi [email protected]

Open to everyone, members and non-members alike

Join us as New York Times bestselling author Joseph Finder tells us what it was like to have two of his books, High Crimes and Paranoia, made into major motion pictures. What is the role of the author on the set? Do you get to meet movie stars? Do you get to appear in the movie? Joseph Finder will share his Hollywood experiences with us after a delicious bagel breakfast.

Joseph Finder is the New York Times bestselling author of fourteen suspense novels. Guilty Minds (2016) and Company Man (2005) won the Barry Award for Best Thriller; Killer Instinct (2006) won the International Thriller Writers’ Thriller Award for Best Novel; while Buried Secrets won the Strand Critics Award for Best Novel. 
Ray Daniel is an award-winning author of Boston-based crime fiction and is the author of the Tucker Mysteries. His short story Give Me a Dollar won a 2014 Derringer Award for short fiction. Hacked is the fourth novel in the Tucker Mysteries.