A large, historical building. The Orangeville Public Library Mill Street Branch's entrance off Mill Street in Orangeville.

Lovers of crime thrillers will have the opportunity to hear from best-selling author Robert Rotenberg at the Orangeville Public Library later this month as he discusses his gripping new book, What We Buried.

The library, in partnership with BookLore, will host Rotenberg on Saturday, March 23 at 2 p.m. at the Mill Street branch.

Local readers may recognize Rotenberg’s name – in 2012, his book The Guilty Plea was the Dufferin Reads: One Book One County selection.

“We are delighted to welcome Robert Rotenberg back to the Orangeville Public Library”, said CEO Darla Fraser. “Orangeville Public Library members are big fans of his Toronto based crime series.”

What We Buried is Robert Rotenberg seventh novel. His best-selling series includes Old City Hall, The Guilty Plea, Stray Bullets, Stranglehold, Heart of the City, and Downfall. Robert is a criminal lawyer in Toronto with his firm Rotenberg Shidlowski Jesin. He is also a television screenwriter and a writing teacher.

To register for this event visit orangevillelibrary.ca or visit BookLore. There will be an opportunity to purchase the book and have copies signed by the author after the presentation.

About What We Buried:

Inspired by the true story of the Forty Martyrs in Gubbio, Italy, during World War II, What We Buried is an extraordinary crime novel about troubled legacies, revenge, and the unbreakable bonds of family.

A Toronto homicide detective is attacked at his doorstep when his investigation into possible links between the Nazi occupation of Italy and the murder of his brother decades later gets too close to the truth—in the new crime thriller from bestselling author Robert Rotenberg. Perfect for fans of Scott Turow and David Baldacci.