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Author of legal suspense novels to speak in Kannapolis

Christy Award winner Robert Whitlow will visit the Kannapolis Library on Saturday, Sept. 13 at 1 p.m. to discuss his books and writing.
A practicing Charlotte attorney, Whitlow writes legal suspense novels with spiritual themes and hints of romance.
Three of his novels, “The List,” “The Trial” and “Jimmy,” have been adapted as films.
Whitlow served as executive producer and co-screenwriter for the movies, shooting all three in North Carolina, “Jimmy” in Cabarrus County.
His newest book, “The Confession,” was released on Aug. 5.
He has garnered praise, including this from World Magazine, “Writes in the tradition of John Grisham, combining compelling legal and ethical plotlines.” And from Crosswalk.com, “John Grisham meets Francine Rivers.”
This event is hosted by the Kannapolis Friends of the Library Inc. A book signing will follow with the author.
This program is free and open to the public. For more information, call the Kannapolis Library, 704-920-1180.

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