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Nights of Neo-Noir–Indemnity Only by Sara Paretsky

October 17, 2017 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm


Meeting an anonymous client late on a sizzling summer night is asking for trouble

But trouble is Chicago private eye V.I. Warshwski’s specialty.  Her client says he’s the prominent banker, John Thayer. Turns out he’s not. He says his son’s  girlfriend, Anita Hill, is missing. Turns out that’s  not her real name. V.I.’s search turns up someone soon enough—the real John Thayer’s son, and he’s dead. Who’s V.I.’s client? Why has she been set up and sent out on a wild-goose chase? By the time she’s got it figured, things are hotter—and deadlier—than Chicago in July. V.I.’s in a desperate race against time. At stake: a young woman’s life.

Fall Book Club Dates

SEP 12L.A. Confidential by James Ellroy

OCT 17Indemnity Only by Sara Paretsky

NOV 14Devil in a Blue Dress by Walter Mosley

DEC 12The Last Good Kiss by James Crumley

Members, sign up by phone at 210.734.9673 to receive a 15% discount.

Class you will attend

Facilitated by William Glenn & Eusebio Diaz

William Glenn 2Glenn co-founded the bilingual literary/cultural journalTerra Incognita and is author of A Brief Guide to American Poetry (Premier Poets Chapbook Series). Recent publications include two poems in AMP: Journal of Digital Literature. He co-leads Gemini Ink’s Nights of Noir series and works at the University of Texas at the San Antonio Libraries.



Eusebio Diaz - photo for Fall 2016
Early in life, Diaz was drawn to noir novels that exposed the underside of humanity and celebrated the poetry of the downtrodden. He co-leads Gemini Ink’s Nights of Noir reading program and is working on a book set in his hometown, Carrizo Springs. He received a BA in Anthropology and an MA in Bicultural-Bilingual Studies from the University of Texas at San Antonio.


October 17, 2017
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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1111 Navarro St
San Antonio, 78205 United States
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