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Posted: January 14, 1999

Love and Mystery in CSUS Author Showcase

Nancy Kalish will share the secrets of rekindled romance and Dianne Day will talk about her fictitious investigator Freemont Jones during the upcoming Author's Showcase, presented by the Friends of the California State University, Sacramento Library.

Kalish is a CSUS professor of psychology and author of Lost and Found Loves: Facts and Fantasies of Rekindled Romances. Hers is the first nonfiction book on reunited couples, for which she interviewed more than a thousand people who tried to reunite after many years of separation. Kalish has appeared on talk shows and has been interviewed by print and broadcast media throughout the country about her work.

Her talk will be at 4 p.m. Feb. 9 in the CSUS Library's South Reading Room.

Day is the author of The Freemont Jones Novels, which include The Strange Files of Freemont Jones, Fire and Fog and The Bohemian Murders. Each is a mix of intrigue and humor in turn-of-the-century San Francisco, as transcriber and investigator Freemont Jones discovers her clients aren't always what they appear.

Day's talk will be 4 p.m. April 15 in the CSUS Library's South Reading Room.

Both events are free and open to the public. More information, reservations and parking information are available at 278-5154.


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