Please join us for
Meet The Authors
Joani Ascher and Keith Gilman
Sunday, March 23rd at 1:00
at the home of
Susan and Michael Diamond
6 Chatham Hill Circle
Clarks Summit, Pennsylvania
The Jewish Federation of NE PA
Please respond to firstname.lastname@example.org
or phone 570.961.2300 x2
Joani Ascher is the author of six books set in a fictional small town in New Jersey, similar to the one where Joani lives. She will be speaking about her books, which feature amateur sleuth Wally Morris. Wally is a Jewish nursery school teacher who is always busy with something, whether it is teaching the students in her class, caring for her family, or solving a local problem. She is nearly as busy as Joani, who when not writing books, raises puppies for The Seeing Eye®, works in the children’s room of a local library, is a cooking captain in her synagogue’s Kitchen Cabinet, and is a member of her sisterhood board.
Joani’s books will be available for purchase as well as signing.
A native of Scranton, Keith Gilman has been a police officer in the Philadelphia area for nearly twenty years and his writing is a reflection of that experience. He has always believed that cops have important stories to tell, stories that need and deserve a
strong voice. Readers want to know how cops think. They want to know what cops know. They want to know what makes them tick, what they dream about at night, their loves and fears, how they balance their roles as cops, fathers, friends and finders of truth.Keith is the author of three novels: Father’s Day; My Brother’s Keeper and Bad Habits. His first novel, Father’s Day, won the Private Eye writers of America’s Best First Novel Award.
All three of Keith’s books will be available for sale and signing.