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In 1990, Bistro Bookers was born. Under the guidance of the B.L.O.O.M. Group (Book Lovers Of Our Metropolis) the downtown after hours book review/discussion forum was created to encourage the discussion of current provocative nonfiction written by national and local authors interspersed with fiction from Buffalo-area authors.

So what does it take to be part of Bistro Bookers? A desire for a casual, uncomplicated, stimulating night out. You're invited . . . Open to all. No reservations are required.

 August Event

 Duty : memoirs of a Secretary at war

 

Date: Monday, August 11, 2014

Book: The Most Dangerous Man in America: the making of Douglas MacArthur

Author: Mark Perry

Discussed by Joseph Grande, PhD, Professor of History, Retired, D’Youville College

Book Summary: This book thoroughly but respectfully dissembles MacArthur's legend to show him as a petty, vindictive but brilliant military strategist and ruthless political infighter.

Location:

Chef's Restaurant
291 Seneca Street, Buffalo
5:30 pm Refreshments
6:15 pm Welcome & Introductions
6:30 pm Reviewer & Discussion

Come and bring a friend.

Next Bistro Bookers event: Monday, August 11, The Most Dangerous Man in America: The Making of Douglas MacArthur by Mark Perry

Previous Bistro Bookers programs