At 3 p.m., We will have our January “Forensics Fest.”
Our speaker is Wes Albers. His topic will be: “Hostage Negotiations: The Real Art of the Deal”
In his 28-plus years in the San Diego Police Department, Detective Sergeant Wes Albers has done it all, from evidence technician to investigating crimes all over the city. He currently serves as Detective Sergeant in charge of Border Investigations, as well as Staff Sergeant supervising the Emergency Negotiations Team, a hybrid team of hostage negotiators from the SDPD, the FBI, and NCIS. Wes is also a director of the Southern California Writer’s Conference, where he has helped to facilitate over $4 million worth of first time book and movie deals for emerging authors through the SCWC and his personal contacts. Of his debut novel, Black and White, New York Times bestselling author Gayle Lynds (The Book of Spies) hails, “Gritty and rewarding… A top-notch cop novel. Watch out, Joseph Wambaugh!”
At 2 p.m. we will have our readers forum.
Our will be “How to be A Good Literary Citizen.”
Mystery Ink Events
Mystery Events – Check each event for locations:
Sunday, January 28th, OC Sisters in Crime Forensics Fest
2:00 p.m. Forum with new president Barbara DeMarco-Barrett
Wednesday, March 14th Literary Guild of Orange County Literary Salon
5:30 p.m.– 8:30 p.m. Annual author dinner at the Mile Square Park Banquet Center with authors: Michelle Gable, Nicole Mones, and Dawn Anahid MacKeen. For more information or to register visit: www.lgoc.com.