Triton College faculty releases mystery book to rave reviews
River Grove, Ill. – Triton College faculty Victor McCullum will present his new book, “30 Days,” on Wednesday, Sept. 24, in Triton College’s Library, Room A-321.
From 2 to 3 p.m., the public is invited to hear McCullum read excerpts from his book, as well as talk about the process of writing and publishing the book from start to finish. Refreshments will be served.
McCullum, who teaches in Triton’s Behavioral Science Department, recently released his new crime novel, “30 Days,” under the nom de plume G. R. Case. “30 Days” details the consequences of vigilante justice.
“30 Days” has received a five-star Readers’ Favorite review since its May 2014 release, and Ray Paul of the Chicago Writers Association says, “Without question,’30 Days’ is one of the most compelling novels I have read in recent years . . . I recommend it to any strong-stomached readers of suspense novels. I also believe the story would make an excellent movie.”
McCullum attended and signed copies of his novel at Chicago’s Printer’s Row Lit Fest, and was recently interviewed by Omnimystery.com, a website dedicated to mystery stories. His accomplishment will also be mentioned in the October 2014 issue of DePaul Magazine, from which he graduated from with his master’s degree in Sociology.