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Crime thriller author to appear in Rehoboth Aug. 10 Author Richard Conrath will read from his book “Cooper’s Moon” and sign copies from 9 to 11 a.m., Friday, Aug. 10, at Browse- about Books in Rehoboth Beach. From Sanibel Island, Fla., Conrath is a former ordained Catholic priest and headmas- ter of a Turkish school in rural southern Turkey on the Syrian border. His mystery crime thriller is loosely based on a child traffick- ing ring. After 24 long years of perfecting his tales, Conrath said, “ Iknew I had a story to tell and it just wouldn't go away. I kept at it. I guess I’m a slow learner.” Conrath weaves together a group of peculiars plucked from south Florida's Everglades and Miami to form an unlikely pack of rascals and scalawags who search out missing and exploited children. The story opens with the disappearance of the main char- acter's 7-year old son, Maxie. Conrath promises a resolution in books two and three, “Blood Moon Rising” and “A Cold Cop- per Moon.” Both will be released over the next year. For more information, go to and Visit our location at Tanger Outlets Rehoboth For Additional Savings! EXTRA 20% OFF ITEM OF YOUR CHOICE* *Offer valid July 20th , 2018-August 31st , 2018. Coupon Code OM055. See store for details. Surfside Center, Next to Michael Kors. Cape Gazette CAPE LIFE FRIDAY, AUGUST 3 - MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 2018 73 SUBMITTED PHOTO “COOPER’S MOON” is the first book to be released in Richard Conrath’s crime mystery series. DEWEY BEACH LIFEGUARD TEAM RECEIVES DONATION FOR AUG. 8 COMPETITION SUBMITTED PHOTO HIGHWAY ONE TEN Sisters Races donated $2,000 to the Dewey Beach Lifeguard Competition Team for the Wednesday, Aug. 8 event. Attending the check presentation are (l-r) Dewey Beach Patrol Lt. Michael Thompson, Meg- gin Holtzclaw of Highway One and Capt. Todd Fritchman.  First State to host community and family fun day The public is invited to join First State Community Action Agency from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturday, Aug. 4, for its 4th Annual Community Awareness Day at 308 N. Railroad Ave., Georgetown. Attendees can learn about important services and community resources and access complimentary health screenings. There will be food, kids’ games, moon bounce, arts and crafts, raffle prizes and giveaways. For more information, contact Sharon McPhatter at 302-856-7761, Ext. 273. First State Community Action Agency will not be hosting the regular community dinners during July and August because of renovations in its kitchen and training center. Dinners will resume in September. For more information about First State, go to www. or call toll-free 800-372-2240.