Author Gene O'Donnell to Attend His Book Signing at Barnes and Noble
The author of a well-received autobiography The Faces of Crime, Gene O’Donnell is going to host his book signing this month on Saturday, the 18th of January. The event is going to take place at the Barnes & Noble, Sudley Road, Manassas in the afternoon between 12 to 2 PM. The Faces of Crime is based on the author’s life and career as an FBI Forensic Artist who has travelled the world for 32 years helping law enforcement officials trace down known criminals. He shares vivid details of his many experiences and encounters of drawing close portraits of the unknown criminals with limited evidence more than often. Sometimes, the only witnesses available were the skeletal remains found along a lonesome highway. Any suspect or individual wanted by the police was drawn by Gene. His sketches have helped the law enforcing departments across the US and internationally to nab many criminals on the run or even the unidentified ones. With a career spanning over three decades, Gene has been serving as the lead FBI investigator for crime forensics in the US. He has led the international training program for police forensic artists at Quantico for over 2 decades. He has since won numerous awards such as the Department of Justice Lifetime Achievement Award and FBI Director’s Award for Outstanding Performance for his service.
18, Jan 2020 - 01, Jan 1970
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