Fredericksburg author George Arnold will be signing a new release Enigma: A Mystery on Saturday September 4th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., and Sunday September 5th from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Enigma is a joint offering from Mr. Arnold and long time friend Ken Squire. Set in Austin and full of twists and turns, this story also touches on current social issues.
The lives of seven young girls in Austin, Texas hang in the balance. APD Detective Sergeant Craig Rylander and Psychologist Amy Clark race against time to find them. The Austin Monster, presumed kidnapper, has apparently grabbed them off the streets, leaving no trace, no clues.
George Arnold began his book-writing career in retirement at age 58. His first book, Growing Up Simple: An Irreverent Look at Kids in the 1950s, with foreword by Texas humorist and icon Liz Carpenter, has won multiple awards.
Also available will be the C.I.A. Cats series, a multi-lingual adventure books for both juvenile readers and adults.
Carot from the Metropolitan Museum of Art, by Gary Tinterow, 1996, $120
Mystery of the Tolling Bell, 1946, $25
Secret of Red Fern Gate Farm, 1931, $20
First Landmark Edition, 1958, $40
Caves of Ice, 1911, $15
Big Tunnel, 1916, $12
Air Glider, 1912, $5
Electric Locomotive, 1922, $5
Great Searchlight, 1912, $8