Event is Free. Pomerantz tells the true story of glamorous Kansas City housewife Myrtle Bennett, who killed her philandering husband over a bridge game in 1929. Combine the favorite card game of proper intellectuals including Warren Buffett with a scandalous real-life murder and a cheating husband, and you've got an irresistible summer read. (Pomerantz will start his presentation with a 13 minute video of actors portraying characters from the book) Pomerantz is a former AJC reporter and the author of "Where Peachtree meets Sweet Auburn" and "Wilt, 1962). (Bridget770)
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