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News: Fragopoulos to give reading from her novel VoiceTraks: Cold Case Abduction

News: Fragopoulos to give reading from her novel VoiceTraks: Cold Case Abduction

Voice Tracks: Cold case abduction cover

Oct. 08, 2019

By Bob Fowler
Roane State Writer

An author who has served as a Roane State adjunct professor will give a reading from her novel “VoiceTraks: Cold Case Abduction” on Thursday, Oct. 17 at 1 p.m. in the City Room (A-111) of the community college’s Oak Ridge campus.

Peggy Fragopoulos teaches English composition and literature classes at Roane State’s Cumberland County campus.

Her novel, which has been described as a mystery with a science fiction twist, is about a physicist and his quest to solve the baffling disappearance five years earlier of his wife and their unborn child.

The self-published novel is available on Amazon, and Fragopoulos will be signing copies of her book after her talk.

The event is part of the Writers at Roane State Reading Series, which is sponsored by the Arts and Lectures Committee at Roane State.

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