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Paula Walters - Wednesday, December 21, 2011



I am pleased to announce that Sarah Jio will be coming to the WPL on Sunday January 29th, 1:30 to 3:30.  Sarah is a local author living in Seattle.  Her first novel. The Violets of  March was published last April and it was chosen as the Best Book of 2011 by Library Journal.  The novel takes place on Bainbridge Island. Emily Wilson has come to Bainbridge Island to spend a month with her great-aunt to heal after some problems in her life. Emily discovers a diary from the 1940’s which has some connections to her own life.  Her second novel, The Bungalow, will be published on December 27th.  The Bungalow is a saga of thwarted love, murder, and a long-lost painting. Sarah will be reading from this novel.  A Book for All Seasons will be selling her books.  Hope to see all of you at our first author reading of the New Year. 

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