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Zesch Speaks to Full House
Wednesday, November 21, 2012 • Posted November 21, 2012

Scott Zesch spoke to a standing room only crowd last week. Sponsored by the Mason Friends of the Library, Zesch talked about what it is like to be an author. Scott shared some of his experiences in writing three books: Alamo Height (1999), a novel based on the dramatic struggle in the early twentieth century to protect the Alamo from demolition; The Captured (2004), relating the experiences of children on the Texas frontier who were abducted by Indians; and The Chinatown War (2012) about the massacre of Chinese in Los Angeles during a riot in 1871. At the conclusion of his presentation Scott answered questions from the audience and then signed copies of his books which Benji’s made available for sale onsite.

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