John Winslow was the supervisor of the Syracuse office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation after years of exciting undercover work in New York City. Retired, he now lives in Manlius and will visit the library for a special presentation about his career in the FBI. He’ll discuss the FBI, how the FBI handles cases, and the development of the FBI.
This lecture is held in conjunction with the Real Life Readers nonfiction book club, which is reading Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the FBI by David Grann in January.
All are welcome to hear John Winslow’s program on Tuesday at 2 pm and to join us for a discussion of the book on Thursday at 2 pm.