The CIA makes for great fiction both as the hero and the villain. But have you ever been curious about what the CIA actually does versus how it’s portrayed in books and on the screen? Have you ever thought about covert action and whether it’s actually effective? And what about the moral aspects of espionage—are spies justified in what they do? Join us on Sunday, September 25, at 11 a.m., at the Tam O’Shanter for a presentation and discussion with Adam Sikes, author of the international espionage thriller, Landslide, and a former intelligence officer with the CIA.
Join us for an exciting event with… Sherlock historian Leslie S. Klinger The Origins of Sherlock Holmes, presented by Leslie S. Klinger, editor of the Edgar Award-winning New Annotated Sherlock Holmes: The Complete Short Stories. With a mini Sherlock Holmes escape room written and presented by Laura Brennan—(there will be prizes for the winning table!) Les … Read more
SoCalMWA presents: Character Development with Dr. Drea Letamendi
P.I. Mike Spencer tells true stories about his experiences as a private investigator.