Oceanside Public Library Honors Vets with Talk by author Jo Joslyn

Oceanside Main Public Library Photo via city Oceanside website.

The Oceanside Public Library is hosting a free author event on Friday, Nov. 17,
at the Mission Branch Library, located at 3861-B Mission Avenue, at 2:00 p.m. in honor
of Veteran’s Day.

Jo Joslyn is the author of the book Unmistakable Errors, the Travel Club, Mystery, is an intriguing fictional novel informed by the real backstory of the current Camp LeJeune water contamination tragedy. In the novel, Maggie, a former teacher, enlists her three
trusted friends to help uncover a grave injustice.

The four unlikely sleuths, aided by capable San Diego detectives, embark on a perilous undertaking involving unknown risks, intrigue, deception, devotion, and murder.

Author Jo Joslyn has spent over thirty years as an avid mystery reader, educator, writing teacher, and writing consultant. The inspiration for her book comes from the
the fact that her husband, Lt. Colonel William Joslyn, USMC, died because of his exposure to contaminated water after serving at the Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune, North
Carolina. Books will be available for purchase and signing at the event.

This program is supported by the Friends of Oceanside Public Library. The Oceanside Public Library aims to empower the community by promoting literacy, information
access, civic engagement, cultural inclusiveness, and openness to new ideas.

Visit us at www.oceansidepubliclibrary.com or call 760-435-5600 for
more info about Library programs and services.