His previous novels were humurous examinations of a career criminal with obsessive compulsive disorder and another character with OCD who finds himself on a quest to solve a mystery.
Matthew Dicks, a West Hartford Teacher of the Year, is back in Suffield Wednesday night at the Kent Memorial Library to share his latest novel, "Memoirs of an Imaginary Friend."
This novel is about an autistic eight-year-old boy with an imaginary friend who must save him from danger.
It's one of Kent librarian Lois Gracey's favorites. And the author appeared at the Kent Memorial Library previously with much success.
"He's a great speaker," said Sue Mack, librarian. "He's funny."
The event is sponsored by the Friends of the Kent Memorial Library.
"The Friends are delighted to be able to support Kent Library's good works by bringing different authors to the library," said Beth Chafetz, president. "Come and enjoy!"
For more information please visit http://www.suffield-library.org/newer/?p=422 and http://matthewdicks.com/about/am-ai