Where in the World?
New Jack Handler book “LIZ” to be available later this spring.
“Should I tell the truth?” Liz asked. “Should I say that I stole Spider’s drug shipment and brought the whole thing to Michigan?”
“Let’s think about this,” Kate suggested. “Did you remove any of the drugs from the suitcases?”
“Remove?” Liz answered. “Did I remove any of the drugs? The answer is no. There was a lot of Fentanyl, and a whole lot of coke. … Now, I don’t use drugs. I might smoke a joint now and again, but nothing regular. Everything that was in that shipment when I started out in San Francisco was still there the last I knew. … And, as far as Angel is concerned, she never knew what was in those suitcases to begin with. So, the answer to your question is no—I never removed any of Spider’s drugs.”
“Then,” Kate asked another question, “tell me this: Did you handle any of the contents of those suitcases?”
“No,” Liz said.
“Help me out here,” Kate said. “Are you saying that you never physically touched any of the contents of those suitcases?”
Save the date — February 18-19 2023!
December 15 2022 to February 17 2023
I am excited to announce that I will be spending the next two months completing my next Jack Handler novel. And then, on February 18/19, I will be signing books again (in Kalamazoo (MI) at the Expo Center). Detailed announcement will come later. In the meantime, I will be offering terrific price sales on individual books and merchandise. Be sure to check these newsletters out for specific times and items.
Dec 2, 3 & 4, 2022 Marquette MI
NMU Superior Dome
1401 Presque Isle Ave
Marquette, MI 49855
Nov 25 & 26 10am-5pm
This weekend (November 12 & 13) I will be pouring myself into my new book.
October 22 & 23 2022 Jackson MI
October 15 & 16 Gaylord MI
On another note… GAYLORD’S CITY ELK PARK
The City of Gaylord maintains an elk herd and provides viewing areas for the public to stop and watch these impressive animals. Under the City’s care, roughly 40 elk, along with sitka and fallow deer, can be viewed from near the Elk’s Lodge off Grandview Blvd.
The herd is contained on 108 acres. City staff feed the animals corn, hay and sugar beets, plus vitamins. The herd started with three elk, when a local nature center closed in the late 1980’s.
Currently, a few of the bulls weigh well over 800 pounds and stand roughly 6′ tall. The bulls will don their massive antlers during the fall and winter, dropping them in the spring.
October 8 & 9 Davisburg MI
Michigan Antique Festivals – Davisburg
Held at the Springfield Oaks County Park in Davisburg, MI.
12451 Andersonville Rd., Davisburg, MI 48350
Saturday 8am-6pm & Sunday 9am-4pm $10 per person – 11 & under free! Free Parking!
- Hundreds of Antique & Vintage Dealers
- Huge Barn Sale in the Historic Ellis Barn! High-end Antiques!
- Shabby Experience & Industrial Way! Dealers specializing in Shabby Chic & Upcycled Treasures
- Michigan Craft Beer Garden serving Michigan made Brews and the best in local entertainment!
- Huge Classic Car Show!!! Live DJ – Dash Plaques & Awards! Driver gets admission all weekend!
- 5 Barns and countless tents! Rain or Shine!
- Helpers on hand will assist in moving heavy items to your vehicles!
- Admission is $10 per person. Children 11 & under free!
- No pets please.
- Free parking!
The Michigan Antique Festivals welcome you to a great location in Northern Oakland County. The Springfield Oaks County Park is a beautiful rustic country setting. The Davisburg Antique Festival will feature five indoor buildings including the historic Ellis Barn. Don’t miss our Classic Car Show on the North end of the fairgrounds too! Expect to be amazed by the unique displays and vintage items that will be available at the Davisburg Antique festival.
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