If you love books or aspire to be a writer, the Dover Public Library is hosting a panel of published authors who will kick off NH Writers’ Week, celebrating local authors. Each panelist will talk about his or her new book and answer your questions on Monday, December 1 at 6:30pm.
Find out what’s in store for private investigator Dan Marlowe when Jed Power reads from “Blood on Hampton Beach”. Carefully hidden secrets could turn out to be deadly in Amy Ray’s debut thriller “Dangerous Denial”. Kirkus Reviews wrote “Ray takes her time establishing her characters, including the bad guys, and with a rousing, indelible payoff, it’s well worth it.” Break out of prison with mob “troubleshooter” Kevin Markinson as J.E. Seymour reads from her latest Markinson mystery, “Stress Fractures”. Chelsey Philpot will read from her debut young adult novel, “Even in Paradise”, which captures the intensity, the thrill, and the heartbreak of too-brief friendships and loves. Travel to India during monsoon season as Susan Oleksiw reads from her latest mystery, “For The Love Of Parvati”. Or travel to the “other side” as Terri Bruce reads from “Thereafter”, the second in her Afterlife series.
This is a free program in the Library’s Lecture Hall and open to all. For more information, call the Dover Public Library at 603-516-6050.