Campus News 2011
For Immediate Release
August 26, 2011
Monday Night Fiction to feature James Lee Burke novel
Schreiner University’s Monday Night Fiction series will discuss “Pegasus Descending” by James Lee Burke at 7 p.m., Monday, September 12, in the Scarle-Philips Room of the William Logan Library on the Schreiner campus. Dr. Cole Starr, associate professor of religion and philosophy, will lead the discussion.
“Pegasus Descending” is the 15th novel in Burke’s popular series featuring Louisiana police detective and recovering alcoholic Dave Robicheaux. Two earlier novels in the series, “Black Cherry Blues” and “Cimarron Rose,” are winners of the prestigious Edgar Award given by Mystery Writers of America. A Publisher’s Weekly reviewer wrote that in “Pegasus Descending,” Robicheaux, “for whom redemption has become a lifelong pursuit, suits up once again to tilt against villains both real and in his own troubled psyche.”
Monday Night Fiction is sponsored by Schreiner’s Center for Innovative Learning. For more information about this or any other Schreiner University humanities event, contact Martha York at the Center for Innovative Learning, 830-792-7352, or visit the Schreiner website at www.schreiner.edu.
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