Morris authors to speak at New Berlin Library

NEW BERLIN – A pair of local, Morris-based authors will visit the New Berlin Library at 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, offering patrons some background into the two’s differing takes on the murder-mystery literary genre.



Author Glenn Nilson will speak first, as he continues to promote his first book, “Murder on Route 66,” set in Tucumcari, New Mexico and focusing on the travels of Bobby Navarro, a Harley Davidson rider who “can’t resist an open road under a big sky,” according to the author’s website, glennnilson.com.

Says Nilson on his website, “In Murder on Route 66, [Navarro] finds the body of his new friend lying in a pool of blood in a Tucumcari, New Mexico parking lot, a campfire cooking rod stuck in his chest. Bobby promises the victim’s 10-year-old son he’ll find the killer. Before he’s done, Bobby will learn some things about himself, relationships, and life in the West. He’ll also learn that sleuthing can be deadly.”


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