When:
February 22, 2019 @ 10:00 am – 11:30 am
2019-02-22T10:00:00-05:00
2019-02-22T11:30:00-05:00
Where:
Custom House
281 Front St
Binghamton, NY 13905
USA
Cost:
$30 - $40
Contact:
Adele Williams
305 295 6616 ext 115
Robert N. Macomber | Historic Walking Tour into The World of Peter Wake @ Custom House | Binghamton | New York | United States

Guided by Robert N. Macomber

Put on your walking shoes to see Key West as never before. This 1.5 mile jaunt will feature historic highlights within the heart of old Key West as written in the award-winning Honor Series of books by literary artist Robert N. Macomber. You’ll walk away a ‘WAKIAN’ before you know it! 
Recommended reading or re-reading: The Darkest Shade of Honor [1886] and The Assassin’s Honor [1892]
 

About the Speaker:

Robert N. Macomber is an award-winning writer, internationally acclaimed lecturer, former Dept. of Defense consultant, and an accomplished seaman. Macomber is a Florida success story, and his work is admired across the globe. He tantalizes audiences with historical facts and literary lore.

ABOUT THE NOVELS:

Robert N. Macomber’s popular maritime thrillers describe the life and career of a U.S. naval officer, from the Civil War in Florida to the years beyond the Spanish-American War in 1898. Mr. Macomber has loyal, enthusiastic fans worldwide, who have named themselves “Wakians” after Peter Wake, the main character of the series. Through this Honor Series, Mr. Macomber illuminates significant events of world history, which have served as the foundation for the world as we know it today.
Inspired by actual events, these page-turners help us live history and remember truths which should never be forgotten. Each reader feels the powerful, you-are-there impact. Over the years, Macomber has been the recipient of the Patrick D. Smith Literary Award, the American Library Association’s W.Y. Boyd Literary Award, and, most recently, a Silver Medal in Popular Fiction from the FL Book Awards.

Learn more at http://www.RobertMacomber.com.

This program is sponsored by the Helmerich Trust.