433 Centre Street
Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts 02130
Lectures & Conferences
Burn Boston Burn tells the story of Boston in the early 1980s when the City is set ablaze. Two hundred sixty-four buildings were burned, intentionally set on fire, resulting in millions of dollars in damages and hundreds of injuries. This is the true story of the deep conspiracy of nine men, determined to wreak havoc on the city and the relentless investigators who uncovered them. Told from the perspective of the head ATF Special Agent in charge of the investigation, Wayne Miller, Burn Boston Burn is a tale of political deceit and internal corruption. The book details the series of crimes that shook the city of Boston and became known as one of the largest arson cases on record in the history of the country.
This event is co-sponsored by the Connolly Branch of the Boston Public Library and the Jamaica Plain Historical Society. It will be in a hybrid format. Some limited in-person seating will be available at the Branch along with the option to join via Zoom. Register to attend online using this link: https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_mQSUK2MURQS5oNSVck8pBA
Free and open to the public.