Friends Of The Marathon Library Speaker Series: Tom Corcoran
451 West 52nd Street Gulf
The Friends of the Marathon Library, Inc. cordially invite you to attend the following Speakers’ Series on Thursday afternoons at St. Columba Episcopal Church, 451 52nd St., Gulf, Marathon. Please come at 1:30 p.m. to meet the speakers and enjoy coffee, tea and cookies. The talks will begin at 2:00 p.m. and last about forty- five minutes followed by questions, and book signings. Admission is free and open to the public. Frank Greenman will be introducing the speakers.
Tom Corcoran’s Guava Moon Revenge is the eighth and most recent novel in the Alex Rutledge Series. His books. which include Octopus Alibi, Air Dance Iguana, Hawk Channel Chase, and The Quick Adios, are set primarily in the Florida Keys. Tom also recently wrote a series spin-off mystery, “Crime Almost Pays,” which features private eyes Wiley Fecko and Dubbie Tanner, also known as the Bumsnoops. Tom first moved to Florida in 1970 and has lived over fifteen years in the Lower Keys. He has been a disc jockey, taco vendor, bartender, AAA travel counselor, U.S. Navy officer, screenwriter, freelance photographer, and graphic artist. From 1987 to 1993 Corcoran edited Mustang Monthly, a magazine for automotive restorers. Tom will delight us as always with his charisma, wit and elegant charm. (Parish Hall)