Glendale has good taste in books

DeniseHamilton.jpgThe city of Glendale's choice for this year's One City/One Book reading selection is Los Angeles Noir, the collection edited by LA Observed author Denise Hamilton. She will be the keynote speaker at noon Wednesday at Glendale Community College, then in the evening will sit down at the Glendale library for a conversation with Patt Morrison followed by a panel discussion to include L.A. Noir contributors Gary Phillips and Hector Tobar.

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