Local author, Bob Adamov, to visit National Library Week spotlights his non-fiction murder mystery

Cecil Giltz Published:

Bob Adamov, author of Rainbows End, a tale of murder, mystery and arson set in Put-in-Bay, will visit Kent Free Library from 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. Adamov, a Kent State University graduate, will greet library patrons and sign copies of his newly published book. Adamov is a seasoned executive with an extensive background in human resources, public relations, investor relations, finance and crisis management with several major Northeastern Ohio companies. Rainbows End is his first non-fiction novel. Adamov is currently working on his second novel, Pierce the Veil, which deals with the battles and struggles in the corporate take-over arena. Were delighted to have Bob Adamov, a local author, visit our library during National Library Week, said Carmen Celigoj, library director. As part of National Library Week festivities at the Kent library, Sunday through April 12, new mini library cards, as well as regular-sized cards, will be issued to current and new cardholders. And while supplies last, patrons also get a free key ring celebrating Kent Free Librarys 100th birthday. All adults exchanging or applying for new cards Sunday through April 12 will automatically be entered in a National Library Week contest. Two winners will receive $25 gift certificates thanks to a donation from the Rusty Nail Restaurant in Twin Lakes. For more information about the event or National Library Week, call the library at (330) 673-4414.

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