Wendelboe to give book talk

BROOKINGS – The Brookings Public Library will host author C.M. Wendelboe to discuss his mystery and western novels, as well as his writing process. 

The event will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 15, at the library. It’s sponsored by the Brookings Public Library and is free to the community.

Wendelboe is a veteran and a retired lawman. He worked for a stint in the 1970s in South Dakota around three reservations, aiding federal and tribal law enforcement agencies. He then spent 25 years in Gillette, Wyoming, as a deputy. These experiences lent themselves to Wendelboe’s post-retirement career in writing fiction.

Wendelboe’s works include the “Spirit Road Mystery” series, “A Tucker Ashley Western Adventure” series, the “Bitter Wind Mystery” series and the “Nelson Lane Frontier Mystery” series. His newest mystery novel, “The Extralegal Affair,” was released in July, and his newest western novel, “The Man Who Hated Hitchcock,” was released in August. The Brookings Public Library has a selection of his novels available for checkout.

For more information about Wendelboe’s works, visit www.spiritroadmysteries.com or email him at [email protected]

For additional information about the programs and services of the Brookings Public Library, visit www.brookingslibrary.org and be sure to follow the library on Facebook. 

The mission of Brookings Public Library is to provide materials and information contributing to the education, recreation, and quality of life for the Brookings community.


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