Two New Books By SUU Professors

I wanted to let you know that two SUU professors, Rosalyn Eves and Dave Admire, have recently released their first novels and will be holding two different book events next week.
Rosalyn Eves, a lecturer of English at Southern Utah University, has published her debut novel, Blood Rose Rebellion, the first book in a young adult fantasy trilogy.  The story follows the imaginary life of a 16-year-old nobel British girl in the 1800s whose lack of magical ability makes her an outcast. After she is sent to Hungary to live with her grandmother, she begins to discover that not all she’s been taught about magic and high society is true.
The community is invited to attend an open house to celebrate the Blood Rose Rebellion March 29 from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Main Street Books in Cedar City. Festivities will include a book signing, photo booth, prizes and book-inspired food    
Dave Admire, a Cedar City resident, retired judge, and retired Southern Utah University professor of criminal justice, has launched his first novel Terror in Paris. The book follows the story of three professors and twenty students who get caught up in a coordinated terrorist attack in Paris and their struggle for survival.

Dave, along with SUU professors Dan Swanson, Kevan Jacobson, and Doug Bennett, will be joining him for a panel discussion on understanding terrorism. The panel will be open to the public and held in the Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service in the Student Center (ST 112) on SUU’s campus. The forum will be from 11:45 - 1:00 on March 30th. Free pizza will be provided and books will be available for purchase and signing.

Please let me know if you are interested in attending one or both book events. 



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