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In 1992 — when Amy Fisher dominated every news channel — there lived two men. The first was a once-prominent cartoonist who had a very public fall from grace. The other was an alcoholic who worked in a landfill. Both lived in different parts of the country and led completely separate lives — until their paths crossed.
You know their names. And for over twenty years, you thought you knew their story — until their journals were found and authenticated in 2014.
And what we thought we knew — what the old news clips and the old stories wanted us to think — were all wrong.
On Friday, June 12th, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm, River Read Books in Binghamton NY, will be hosting a meet-the-author event, to celebrate the release of De Morier’s new novel, ‘Thirty Three Cecils’ — a book set in Binghamton in 1992.