Litchfield Books in Pawleys Island is excited to pair these local authors up. A page turning thrilling suspense set in Myrtle Beach by the well known best-selling author Caleb Wygal- And a regional book on the historic cases of corruption and murder in South Carolina!
Tickets to the luncheon are $32 and include an author presentation, meet & greet, personalized book signing, lunch, dessert, beverages of coffee, tea & water, and the opportunity to purchase the event book (yes, you can get Death on the Causeway a week before its release date!).
Death on the Causeway is the must-read fourth entry into the Myrtle Beach Mystery Series by Caleb Wygal. Clark Thomas meets a beautiful young woman stranded by her fiance alongside the road on a busy Memorial Day Weekend in Myrtle Beach. She is a thousand miles from home, doesn’t know what to do, and has nowhere to go. The police won’t help for 24 hours. Clark tries to help her find her man, but soon finds himself involved in a conspiracy a year in the making. As he unravels the case involving renowned food bloggers, restaurant reviews, and The Grand Strand, Clark learns that there is more to the story than meets the eye-and more to his wife’s death. And the one dead body may not be the last.With his world turned upside down after uncovering new information about Autumn’s death, Clark must get to the bottom of this mystery while he still can… before it’s all too late.
Lewis & Crooks’ Lawmen and Lawlessness is about Berkeley and Charleston County told during trying times of the late 1800’s-1970. Men wanted drink, as did many women, if the truth be known. State and federal prohibition clamped down on the flow of legal alcohol, only to see illegal liquor produced by the thousands of gallons. Until 1970, the county remained a major source for moonshine, while enduring the challenges that came with depression, war, and the beginning of a modern era. Welcome to Berkeley and Charleston, South Carolina. Trust the Sheriff to tell you the truth, and nothing but…
Sheriff S. Duane Lewis was elected sheriff of Berkeley County, SC in 2015 and reelected to a third term in 2022. He has a BA in criminal justice from Columbia College and is a graduate of the FBI Command College.
Daniel J. Crooks is a retired state constable and professor of criminal justice. He received his Bachelor’s form the College of Charleston and his Masters at USC.