Steve Hallock - Book Signing

Steve Hallock Book Signing for Remembering Toni on May 15th at 4 PM in the store
Wednesday, May 15, 2024 - 4:00pm

Rediscovered Books welcomes local author Steve Hallock for a book signing of his new book, Remembering Toni.


Steve Hallock will be in store May 16th at 4 PM to talk about his book and sign copies. 


This event is free and open to the public. 


About Steve Hallock

Steve Hallock’s nearly 25 years writing for daily newspapers has included stints as jazz critic at the Arizona Republic, editorial page editor and columnist for the Idaho State Journal (from 1977-’79 and 1981-’83), features editor at the Albuquerque Journal and Tulsa Tribune, and other writing assignments that include work at the El Paso Times, Rawlins, Wyoming Daily Times and Celina, Ohio, Daily Standard, where he was the newspaper’s editor. He left newspapering in 2002 to earn a Ph.D. in journalism at Ohio University, entering a second career in academia upon graduation in 2005. He taught journalism at Southern Illinois University from 2005 to 2007, when he joined the faculty of Point Park University in Pittsburgh, PA, retiring in 2023 after eleven years as the School of Communication’s graduate program director. He has published six academic books focusing on newspaper effects on society, three novels, a memoir of growing up in Denver during the late ‘60s and early ‘70s, and a true crime book detailing the murder of a woman in western Pennsylvania. He has published op-ed commentaries for newspapers that include The New York Times, Philadelphia Inquirer, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Denver Post. He and his wife, Joanne, live in Pittsburgh.


About Remembering Toni

A tale of love, love lost, deception and murder. 

The murder of a New York City escort worker takes a New York City police detective to a small college town in Southeastern Idaho. The investigation, a collaboration of the detective and a local newspaper writer, reveals a forbidden love affair along a  trail of deadly deception in this noir tale. The narrative, driven by murder and scandal, takes in the larger issues of female victimization, romantic ardor and love lost. It is a timeless account in which its setting, a close-knit community on the Snake River Plain that is an economic and industrial hub neighboring a Native-American reservation, serves as a microcosm of loves and passions and of women and men who belong to diverse social tribes everywhere. 

Event address: 
180 North 8th Street
Boise, ID 83702
SKU: 979886178951

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