The History Behind “Evening Gray Morning Red” — Shiplore NYC January 22nd, Melville Library

If you are in the area next Monday night, January 22nd at 7:30 PM, be sure to stop by the South Street Seaport Museum’s Melville Gallery at 213 Water Street, in lower Manhattan.  I will be presenting “From John Hancock’s Sloop Liberty to the Burning of HMS Gaspee” — the fascinating but often forgotten history that inspired my latest novel, Evening Gray Morning Red and had a major impact on the course of the American Revolution. The event is being hosted by the Shiplore and Model Club, the oldest nautical interest group in New York City.  The event is free. Stop by and say hello. It should be a fun evening.      

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2 Responses to The History Behind “Evening Gray Morning Red” — Shiplore NYC January 22nd, Melville Library

  1. John Broadwater says:

    Rick, I wish I could have attended your talk. As a next best thing, I just ordered your book! Cheers, John

  2. Rick Spilman says:

    Thanks, John. Hope you like it.