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Guillebeau to launch book at Blue Pants on April 15

Michael Guillebeau will launch his new book, "A Study in Detail," on April 15 from 3 to 10 p.m. at Blue Pants Brewery. (CONTRIBUTED)
Michael Guillebeau will launch his new book, “A Study in Detail,” on April 15 from 3 to 10 p.m. at Blue Pants Brewery. (CONTRIBUTED)

MADISON – Blue Pants Brewery will host a book launch party for Michael Guillebeau’s new mystery, “A Study in Detail,” on April 15 from 3 to 10 p.m.

“Buy a book, get a beer” is Guillebeau’s promise for the event. Each person that buys a book will get a free beer. Guillebeau also will sign each book.

“A portion of all food and beverage sales will go to Madison Public Library,” Guillebeau said.

In its review of “A Study in Detail,” the Midwest Book Review organization recommended Guillebeau’s book “for romance and mystery readers seeking something different. The dialogue is fresh, original and witty, and the twists of plot will keep even the most seasoned mystery reader thinking.”

Guillebeau’s first book, “Josh Whoever,” was a finalist for the 2014 Silver Falchion Award for “Best First Novel: Literary Suspense.” He also has published more than 20 short stories, including three in Ellery Queen’s “Mystery Magazine.”

For more information, visit michaelguillebeau.com.

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