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Murder in the Gorge: authors' night

Four writers read from books

The bodies are piling up as regional authors publish a growing number of murder mysteries and series set in the Columbia River Gorge.

What is it about the Gorge that inspires this genre?

The public is invited to hear four authors reading from their Gorge murder mysteries, as well as sharing their inspiration and process in the White Salmon Valley Community Library;s Sprint/Baker Gallery on Tuesday, May 18, at 7 p.m.

The authors will be signing books following the reading and books will be available for purchase.

Refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the White Salmon Valley Community Library.

Authors reading at the event will include: Miralee Ferrell reading from her new book, Love Finds You in Bridal Veil, Oregon; M.C. Lemley reading from her debut novel, Tourist Town Murders with tensions between locals and the burgeoning windsurfing population leading to mysterious deaths; popular regional author, Mary Freeman (also known for her Science Fiction titles under the name Mary Rosenblum) reading from her Garden Mysteries series which takes place in a fictional town near Hood River, Ore.; and Sheila Simonson, author of a number of popular mystery and regency series, reading from her recent Latouche County mystery series which takes place in a fictional county between Klickitat and Skamania counties in Washington.

For more information about this program call the library, 493-1132.


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