Perelman and Warren Book Signing
Join us at 6 p.m. Thursday, June 2 as local authors Dale Richard Perelman and Philip Warren sign their latest books. Copies will be available for sale.
About "Death at the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles" by Dale Richard Perelman
Built during Los Angeles’s rapid growth in the Roaring Twenties, the Beaux Arts-style Cecil Hotel was briefly a glimmering downtown landmark until it became one of the most infamous sites of violence and murder in the country. Nicknamed “The Suicide,” the Cecil was the eerie location of more than a dozen people taking their own lives going back to the 1940s and ‘50s. Rumors still swirl that Elizabeth Short, the Black Dahlia, frequented the hotel in the days before her gruesome murder. Serial killer Richard “Night Stalker” Ramirez lived at the Cecil for long stays in the 1980s. Austrian serial killer Jack Unterweger murdered three sex workers while a guest at the Cecil in 1991. Author Dale Perelman charts the brutal and mysterious history of Los Angeles's most notorious hotel.
About Author Dale Richard Perelman
Dale Perelman received a bachelor’s degree in English literature from Brown University and an MBA in Industrial Relations from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Perelman also attended the writer’s program at Yale University and is a graduate gemologist of the GIA. In addition to “Steel,” Perelman has written “Mountain of Light - the Story of the Koh-I-Noor Diamond,” “The Regent - the Story of the Regent Diamond,” “Centenarians - One Hundred 100-Year-Olds Who Made a Difference,” “Road to Rust - The Disintegration of the Steel Industry in Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio,” “New Castle’s Kadunce Murders - Mystery and the Devil in Northwest Pennsylvania,” “The Scottish Rite Cathedral,” and (co-authored with Rob Cummings), “Death at the Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles.”
About "Winter’s Dead" by Philip Warren
Investigate with Fletcher Strand and his partner the murders and unexplained deaths, all seemingly unrelated, in the idyllic Pennsylvania Borough of Foreston, where the local Chief of Police refuses to acknowledge such crimes could occur on his turf. And then, they discover the real horror just under society’s surface. A thriller not to be missed.
About Author Philip Warren Gasiewicz
Philip Warren, whose full name is Philip Warren Gasiewicz, is a retired national security executive who enjoys reading and writing historical, political, and crime fiction. He and his wife live in Western Pennsylvania’s Amish country. He earned a B.S. in History and Political Science is from Xavier University, 1968. He published his first short story under John P. Warren in 1998, “A Christmas Kid,” in Buffalo Spree Magazine, and in 2013 and 2014, published “Turnover” and “TurnAround,” respectively, under the same pen name. More recently, he published “Irina” as Philip Warren in 2021, and his my latest book, “Winter’s Dead,” will come out in May 2022. All of the novels have been published via his company, PineLands.