On Tuesday February 28th, local author Kevin King will read from his recently published novel Phantom. The reading will begin at 7:00 pm in The Class of 1945 Library’s Rockefeller Hall. The event is free and open to the public.
King’s novel Phantom is set in Boston during the turn of the century; it’s “A story of hopeless love – a serial philanderer and gambler married to a woman much younger – and impossible love – his wife, Casey Googan, and a black boxer.” His first novel, All the Stars Came Out That Night, is set at Fenway Park and “imagines a late-night baseball game bankrolled by Henry Ford, pitting Dizzy Dean’s all-white all-stars against Satchel Paige’s black all-stars.”
For more information about Phantom and Kevin King visit Open Books.