Suspense novelist gives talk at Putnam County Library Friends event May 23 

COOKEVILLE – Suspense novelist Christopher Greyson will give a talk about his latest thriller, “A Beautiful Place to Die,” at the next “Books and Brews” gathering, set for 5:30 p.m., Monday, May 23, at Father Tom’s Pub.

A free semi-annual event sponsored by the Putnam County Library Friends, the author talk includes free appetizers and a cash bar. Father Tom’s is located at 32 N. Cedar Ave., in Cookeville.

A Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Greyson made his debut in 2013 with the first in his Detective Jack Stratton series. Other series followed, including the mysteries “Adventures of Finn and Annie” and “The Yakuza War Trilogy.” 

The Putnam County Library Friends group, established in 2001, supports the patrons and staff of the branches in Cookeville, Algood, Baxter and Monterey through financial gifts earned from author events, monthly used book sales, grants, membership dues and donations, as well as advocating for the library system through public events, membership drives and sponsoring the annual Summer Reading Program. For more information about becoming a member of the Friends, email 

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