Local author donates book to Fannie Brown Booth Library
Local author, Larry Enmon, donated a copy of his new book, THE BURIAL PLACE, to the Fannie Brown Booth Library on Saturday, April 28th.
Larry Enmon was born and raised in Shelby County. He is a 1970 graduate of Shelbyville High School and a 1975 graduate of San Houston State University. He worked thirty-seven years in U.S. law enforcement. He began his career as a uniform officer in the Houston Police Department before transferring to the Vice Squad. In 1981, he accepted an appointment with the U.S. Secret Service and worked both investigations and protection until retirement. He received special training from the CIA in the detection and investigation of weapons of mass destruction. Larry spent twelve years conducting terrorist investigations in the FBI's Joint Terrorism Task Force in Dallas.
Larry honed his writing skills for a decade and the raw, twisty, edge-of-your-seat thriller, THE BURIAL PLACE, is the result.
A copy of THE BURIAL PLACE is ready for checkout at the Library.