‘Pittsburgh Noir’ comes to Squirrel Hill Library
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‘Pittsburgh Noir’ comes to Squirrel Hill Library

“Pittsburgh Noir,” an anthology of 14 new Pittsburgh mysteries and thrillers, will be presented by award-winning authors Kathleen George, Nancy Martin and Tom Lipinski, Tuesday, July 26, at 1 p.m. at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Squirrel Hill. Other contributors to this collection include Stewart O’Nan, Hilary Masters and Reginald McKnight. The stories show the underbelly of “the most livable city in America.” Each story is set in a different neighborhood of Pittsburgh, including Forest Hills, the Mexican War Streets, Schenley Farms, Carrick, McKees Rocks, Wilkinsburg, Fox Chapel, Highland Park, Homewood, Morningside, Lawrenceville, Bloomfield and Squirrel Hill. These are the fictional stories — and secret lives — of fear and guilt and murder and deception in regular people: the woman buying groceries, the man grilling hot dogs. A book signing will follow.
Call (412) 422-9650 for more information.

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