Thu, Oct 29 | Chief Theater

Book signing with local author Cesare Rosati!

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Book signing with local author Cesare Rosati!

Time & Location

Oct 29, 2020, 5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Chief Theater, 813 Lincoln Ave, Steamboat Springs, CO 80487, USA

About the Event

October 29

5:00 - 7:00 pm

Come meet the author and purchase his newest book!

Cesare F. Rosati was born in Italy in 1946, and immigrated to the U.S. (Buffalo, NY) in 1956A graduate of West Point(Class of 1970), he served in the U.S. Army until 1977. During military service, he obtained a Master’s Degree in Electronics from Stanford University. In 1977, he joined the civilian side ofgovernment service, retiring in 1995 from the U.S. State Department, where he had served as the Head of a U.S. Delegation engaged in classified international negotiations.

Steamboat Springs Connection:

He moved to Steamboat Springs after military service in the summer of 1977. Unfortunately he enjoyed eating and had to get a job. So, he moved to Washington, DC, where he lived until he retired from the US State Department and moved back to Steamboat Springs permanently in 1996. He joined the Steamboat Writers Group shortly after his return and continues to be a member.

Since returning to Steamboat Springs, he has published seven novels and a collection of poetry.

In addition to writing, he is a theater and music enthusiast. He has been active in local acting groups and played violin in the Steamboat Community Orchestra for many years. Being an avid skier, he volunteered as a ski ambassador at the ski area for 16 years.

It’s Called “A Cull’

Harriet Freiberger’s review of It’s Called ‘A Cull’ provides a good summary of what the novel is about:

When Stanford University history student Luke Kanter explores the cave closed since his father’s death a decade earlier, he finds a file containing a letter from his long-dead father that changes his life from that of a carefree student of history into becoming an active agent in what will become history. Within six months, upon reaching the age of 21, the ring that has been passed down through generations will be placed upon his finger. With it comes the decision-making leadership of an ancient, secret society, headquartered in Porto, Portugal. Its mission: to insure the survival of mankind. Its method: to be determined.

Two opposing factions within the society vie for the ring bearer’s nod. The Agris, based in Stockholm, Sweden believe that through agricultural and technological developments, food supplies and distribution can keep up with population growth. The Runcos, headquartered in Sydney, Australia believe that a periodic cull is required in order to keep food supplies and population growth in balance. An international struggle ensues, then intensifies even to the point of murder and threats to young Luke’s life.

Eerily pertinent to this 21st century’s health crisis and a deepening political morass, the possibility of a worldwide pandemic engages a worldwide cast of characters.

--- Harriet Freiberger, author of Lucien Maxwell, Villain or Visionary

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