Local author to hold book signing March 30


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GOSHEN – Local author, Eleanor Kuhns, will be signing her new book, The Shaker Murders, at Linda’s Office Supplies between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. on March 30. Kuhns, the assistant director at Goshen Public Library, won the 2011 Minotaur Books/Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel competition with her book entitled A Simple Murder, an atmospheric portrait of a compelling time in American history.

The Shaker Murders is Kuhn’s sixth book featuring protagonist Will Rees, in a small-town murder mystery during the late 1700’s.

In The Shaker Murders, traveling weaver Will Rees arrives in Zion, Maine, a Shaker community, amidst a series of bizarre accidents.

As Rees investigates, he begins to experience nightmares where his family is in jeopardy.

The author has readers racing along to learn if Rees can uncover the truth before those haunting dreams become a reality.

Ultimately, Kuhns uses the Shaker beliefs to craft an interesting and suspenseful ending to the story.

Linda’s Office Supplies is located at 22 West Main Street in Goshen.

Contact (845) 294-3869 for more information.



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