Join us at 6:30 for an evening of music followed by a reading, discussion, and booksigning with Andy Thibault author of More Cool Justice, a second collection of hard-hitting essays credited with helping to free a woman unjustly convicted of first degree murder. And more music!
Novelist Chandra Prasad calls Thibault "Connecticut's premiere journalistic warrior." Wally Lamb says: "Thibault is a junkyard dog for justice who bares his teeth at pomposity and institutional unfairness and only bites the truly deserving."
In his foreword to more Cool Justice, Andrew Kreig states "More than ever, the public needs bare-knuckle advocates..." and not the glad-handers, greedy careerists, and clueless complainers who often dominate our civic life.
One such fighter is Andy Thibault, author of the superb more COOL JUSTICE. His fifth book exposes injustice much in the style of his Law and Justice in Everyday Life, which he authored in 2002 to much acclaim.
His latest portrayal of corruption, suffering, and vindication lives up to his reputation as a prize-winning investigative reporter.
With passion, courage and writing talent, he exposes failures that hurt the legal system's consumers. Consumers ..." that's you and us..." all too often end up as victims because of the rigged procedures and insider intrigues he portrays so vividly.
His accomplishment goes beyond that of a writer. Too many of them are mere explainers or entertainers. He is a pathfinder who is not only active in a wide variety of civic groups, but an inspiration to others in varied walks of life.