Library Program: The Murder Mystery of Dr. Helene Knabe presented by Author Nicole Kobrowski
Join Author Nicole Kobrowski this Saturday May 7th at 3 PM in Anderson Indiana for a special Library program about the Murder Mystery of Dr. Helene Knabe.
Anderson Public Library
111 E 12th St
Anderson, IN 46016
Info from the library:
Dr. Helene Knabe book:
The scene is a small apartment in Indianapolis 1911. The suspects are from the cream of society. This is the Edwardian Age, the haves and the have nots. Status is everything. Dr. Helene Knabe, a smart, accomplished doctor, is finishing her courses to become a gymnastics instructor. She also teaches at two colleges, maintains a medical practice, and is active in research. Dr. Knabe maintains a social life and enjoys the delights of what Indianapolis has to offer. She even has a special man in her life. Her world is perfect. . . until things go horribly wrong. Dr. Helene Knabe was found with her throat cut and no visible sign of anyone breaking in.
Based on “She Sleeps Well, a true Indiana crime biography, learn about this crime by assuming a role and exploring her case. Discover facts and draw conclusions. The program is highly interactive and educational!