Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman’s book, THE GOLEM OF HOLLYWOOD, follows an L.A. detective on an important investigation that leads him to Prague, where he runs headlong into the legend of the Golem, a mud-creature supposedly conjured up by a sixteenth-century rabbi to protect the Jews said to be asleep. The legend has endured through the ages, but the Golem is dormant no longer.
Faye Kellerman’s MURDER 101 pokes into the hallowed halls of academia to find a killer. Decker and his newest partner, a young Harvard educated buck named Tyler McAdams are suddenly drawn deep into a web of dark secrets, cold case crimes, international intrigue, and ruthless people who kill for sport.
The talk will be at the Jewish Community Center (JCC), located on the Dell Jewish Community Campus in Northwest Austin at 7300 Hart Lane.
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Read “The Golem of Hollywood: A Talk with Jonathan and Jesse Kellerman,” by Mark Rubinstein, in the Huffington Post, here.
Photo at top of post: Jesse Kellerman