|Event||A Passel of Trouble: The Saga of Loyalist Partisan David Fanning|
|Time||10:00 am - 11:30 am|
|Location||Asheboro Public Library|
|Location Address||201 Worth St|
|Contact Name||L. McKay Whatley|
Get into ''A Passel of Trouble'' at the Asheboro Public Library as author Joe Epley debuts his novel about the life of Col. David Fanning, the notorious — or heroic, depending on your point of view — Loyalist militia leader in the Revolutionary War. Epley, a former Green Beret, journalist and public relations executive, will talk about his book at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 6, at the library. The event, sponsored by the library’s Randolph Room, is free and the public is invited. Fanning is legendary in Randolph and Chatham counties, where from 1780-1782 he fought pitched battles against supporters of American Independence. Epley operated Epley Associates, a public relations firm in Charlotte, for 38 years. He’s also author of ''A Passel of Hate,'' about the battle of Kings Mountain.