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Noir at the Bar

When: Thu., June 16, 7 p.m. 2016

THURSDAY, JUNE 16

NOIR AT THE BAR

Noir at the Bar is a less and less clandestine syndicate of felonious fiction writers engaged in criminal activity all over the country, infiltrating cities like Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles, and St. Louis. Eryk Pruitt, author of the Southern crime novels Dirtbags and Hashtag, is suspected of smuggling the hard-boiled hullaballoo into Durham, and he's among the readers at the latest caper in the dark downtown lounge 106 Main. Seven other authors, a mix of local repeat offenders and escapees from out of state, collude in airing out tales of dirty deeds in disreputable dives, including P.I.-novel purveyor J.D. Rhoades, Piedmont Laureate mystery writer Katy Munger, and Haw author Sean Jackson, who post-apocalypsed the Triangle and got away scot-free. —Brian Howe

106 MAIN, DURHAM7 p.m., free, www.erykpruitt.com

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