“Trial in Cooperstown” – A Book Reading and Signing with Tom Morgan
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Visit Fenimore for a book reading with author, columnist and radio commentator Tom Morgan, as he launches his new book “Trial in Cooperstown.” The book delivers an intimate account of a manslaughter trial that took place in the village in 2006. Following the reading, Mr. Morgan will sign copies of his book in the Museum’s Study Center. Refreshments will be available. Entry to the program is free and registration is not required. Seating for the book reading is limited to 60 people.
Tom Morgan spent years researching trial transcripts and other pertinent records to create a gripping work of narrative non-fiction that encompasses his own impressions of the trial he was witnessing, a description of the personalities and architecture of Cooperstown, and his conversations with those directly and indirectly involved with the trial. Morgan offers skillfully written reportage in the tradition of Truman Capote’s “In Cold Blood.”
“Trial in Cooperstown” is available for $29.95 at local bookstores, The Fenimore Art Museum Gift Shop, and on Amazon. All proceeds from book sales benefit the Fenimore Art Museum. For further information, visit tomasinmorgan.com.
COVID-19 Guidelines: Vaccinated visitors are no longer required to wear face masks either indoors. Un-vaccinated visitors must continue to wear face masks while inside the museum.
About Tom Morgan
To many, Tom Morgan is not a stranger. This is his third book. Putnam’s published his “Money Money Money” several years ago and his novel “The Last Columnist” was published last year. His next book “Ales Tales and Ghosts of the Empire Hotel” will be published in late 2021. His commentary appeared for many years on Public Television and on several occasions on the OpEd pages of the New York Times. His column was also published in several newspapers in the Northeast, including local papers the Daily Star and the Freemans Journal. Multiple radio stations and newspapers featured his syndicated commentary, some for 38 years – the longest in American radio history. He has also performed his one-man “Tales of the Empire” at several theaters. Contact Tom Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org. See his plays at tomasinmorgan.com. See Tom’s latest news, events and activities on Facebook @TomAsInMorgan. Or, visit UpstateEmpire.com.
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Location: Fenimore Auditorium