Join the Author for a Riveting Tale of Double Agents, Hollywood Glamour, and the Lead-up to Pearl Harbor
DIESEL, A Bookstore, invites everyone to an engaging evening with author Ronald Drabkin as he discusses and signs his book, “Beverly Hills Spy: The Double-Agent War Hero Who Helped Japan Attack Pearl Harbor.” The event will take place on Tuesday, February 13th, at 6:30 pm in the courtyard at DIESEL, A Bookstore located at 225 26th St, Suite 33.
This free event offers attendees a unique opportunity to delve into the astonishing and untold story of Frederick Rutland—a British WWI hero turned double agent for Japan in the lead-up to the infamous attack on Pearl Harbor. In the spirit of Ben Macintyre’s greatest spy nonfiction, Drabkin unveils the extraordinary life of Rutland, a flying ace, socialite in Los Angeles, and confidant of Golden Age Hollywood stars.
Seating for this event is limited but free. To secure a seat, guests are encouraged to purchase a copy of “Beverly Hills Spy.” at the DIESEL: A Bookstore website. One book purchase equals one reserved seat.
- Date: Tuesday, February 13, 2024
- Time: 6:30 pm
- Location: Courtyard at DIESEL, A Bookstore, 225 26th St, Suite 33, Brentwood
Ronald Drabkin, the author of “Beverly Hills Spy,” has delved into the captivating world of espionage history, drawing on his research into classified documents and personal insights. His professional background includes early-stage startups in the U.S., with a keen interest in digital advertising. Currently residing in Tokyo, Drabkin’s deep exploration into espionage history brings a riveting narrative primarily centered in Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Hollywood.
Don’t miss the chance to uncover this fascinating tale of espionage history. Join us for an evening of intrigue and discovery on February 13th at DIESEL, A Bookstore.