Mark your calendar!! Saturday, April 13th 10:30 am
Help us welcome Frank F. Weber as he visits us here in Graceville at the library and discusses his book based on a true life serial murderer.
As a 21+ year veteran of the psychological profession, Frank Weber has spent a large portion of his life in service to those in need. As the Clinic Director at CORE Professional Services, P.A, his work involves outpatient services and forensic psychology. His work has ranged from assessing murderers chained to the cement floor in the basement of prison and assessing psychopaths to providing therapy for wealthy professionals who’ve engaged in multiple affairs. Weber has testified as an expert witness in numerous sexual assault and homicide cases and has received the President’s Award from the Minnesota Correctional Association for his forensic work.
As a veteran of the forensic psychology profession, Weber has used his unique understanding of how predator’s think, knowledge of victim trauma, actual court cases, and passion for writing true crime thrillers. His newest novel, The I-94 Murders, is the follow up to his highly-acclaimed novel, Murder Book.
Raised in Pierz, Minnesota, Weber has been blessed to share his life with wife, Brenda, the couple’s three grown children, and three beautiful grandchildren.
FOR THOSE THAT ARE IN THE ADULT BOOK CLUB…BOOKS ARE NOW IN!!
Adult book club for March is ‘The I-94 Murders’ by Frank F. Weber. He is the author that will be visiting us here in Graceville this coming April on Saturday the 13th at 10:30 am.
A tryst of bondage. A lover’s murder. Investigator Jon Frederick returns in a search to uncover the identity of a killer creeping through communities along I-94 in Minnesota, targeting couples who store their fetish photos online. The killer taunts Jon with hidden messages embedded in local media that lead him to Sonia, a young woman with a terrible secret. A fast-paced thriller based on the profile of a true-life serial murderer, The I-94 Murders guides the reader with an insider’s light along the dark road of a killer.
Congratulations to sisters Abby and Sadie Rudolph for completing 1000 Books Before Kindergarten today! They each received books, an activity book, completion medals and a certificate to Headquarters. YUM!! Abby and Sadie are the daughters of Brad and Sarah Rudolph.
ATTENTION ADULT BOOK CLUB MEMBERS! Thanks to the weather we missed our January meeting, however, we have decided on a rescheduled time of Wed. Feb. 20th from 5 pm to 6 pm. There will be NO new book for Feb. for ABC as the date coincides with the date of our Build a Box. We will pick up again in March.
The library will be closing at 5 pm again this evening due to the weather. We will open tomorrow at 1 pm.
There will be no Adult Book Club meeting tonight due to the weather. We will try to reschedule for next week if it works for everyone. Stay home, stay warm! Thanks!
The library will be closing at 5pm this evening due to the weather. We should be open tomorrow, but will let everyone know should things change. Thank you!
We do have 1040 Instruction books at the library this year. However, I was told this is all we will be getting in at the library this year. I will put some of the books out in the hallway by the entryway in the brochure wall hanger as well.