EVENTS

Events

Interview with Dr. Robert Reece, author of Double Blind Double Cross by Richard Bordurtha on CapeMedia (Cape Cod) on a program called “Books and The World.”

You can view the video here

 


Double Blind Double Cross can be ordered from your local bookstore, Amazon or CreateSpace.

Sunday November 12th – A private reading and discussion in a Falmouth home.

Wednesday November 15th – Adult Education presentation at the Unitarian-Universalist Fellowship Hall
840 Sandwich Road, Falmouth Massachusetts at 7 PM.

Thursday November 30th – Reading and Discussion at West Falmouth Library
575 West Falmouth Highway West Falmouth Massachusetts at 6:30 PM.

Saturday December 9th – Reading and Discussion at Falmouth Public Library
300 Main Street, Falmouth Massachusetts at 12:30 PM
Sponsored by the Independent Writers of Cape Cod.

Books will be available for purchase at all events.

Dr. Reece welcomes invitations to talk about “Double Blind Double Cross” with book clubs, veterans’ organizations and other groups. Please go to the contact page to make arrangements.


Double Blind Double Cross can be ordered from your local bookstore, Amazon or CreateSpace.

Monday, Sept 18 at 4:00pm

Interview with Dr. Robert Reece, author of Double Blind Double Cross by Barbara Kanellopolous

Falmouth Community Television (FCTV)


Double Blind Double Cross can be ordered from your local bookstore, Amazon or CreateSpace.

Wednesday, Jan 18 at 6:30pm

Literary Arts Group of the Sandwich Arts Alliance presents

Author Talk with Dr. Robert Reece, author of To Tell the Truth

Sandwich Public Library, 142 Main Street, Sandwich Village

The Sandwich Arts Alliance is proud to present Dr. Robert M. Reece reading from his novel, To Tell the Truth. He will discuss this poignant courtroom drama and field questions from the audience.

Dr. Reece has made a career combining medical research and advocacy in the field of child abuse. He is the former director of the Child Protection Program at Tufts Medical Center in Boston and has held similar positions at Boston City Hospital and Rainbow Babies’ and Children’s Hospital at Case Western Reserve University. He has edited major medical books addressing child abuse and published numerous articles and book chapters on the subject.

Dr. Reece garnered his considerable expertise and experience on the subject of abusive head trauma, sometimes called “Shaken Baby Syndrome,” in writing To Tell the Truth, which describes the fictional case of a young babysitter charged with the second-degree murder of a seven-month-old infant in her care. The story takes the reader from the infant’s sudden collapse through the harrowing hospital course and arrest and trial of the babysitter. The courtroom drama highlights medical testimony that is irresponsible, far from expert, and at times simply dishonest. Judicial decisions are surprising and border on the bizarre. A veteran child abuse pediatrician who has watched this trial from start to finish offers his prescription for changing the process of qualifying experts in medical trials.

To Tell The Truth can be ordered from your local bookstore or from Amazon.

Dr. Reece is available for readings and discussions of “To Tell The Truth” in bookstores, reading groups, professional groups, or civic engagements. Please go to the contact page to make arrangements.

Dr. Robert Reece, interviewed on “Conversations”