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Book review: "Secrets of Eden"

Chris Bohjalian sets his twelfth novel in a fictional Vermont town shocked by a murder-suicide. Betsy Kepes has this review of Secrets of Eden.  Go to full article

Books: "Skeletons at the Feast"

Book clubs and reading groups around the region have been discussing Chris Bohjalian's Skeletons at the Feast -- this year's North Country Reads selection. It was inspired by an actual diary from World War Two. Bohjalian's 12th novel, the book is a love story that takes readers to the last six months of the war as German refugees flee the advancing Russian army. Bohjalian lives in Vermont where he also writes a weekly column for the Burlington Free Press. He spoke with Todd Moe about his writing style and finding his literary voice in Vermont. Chris Bohjalian will be the guest on "Readers and Writers on the Air" at Jefferson Community College in Watertown, Thurs. April 2nd at 7 pm.  Go to full article

Readers & Writers: Regional Fiction

The postponed February edition of Readers & Writers on the Air, our call-in on contemporary literature. The focus is on fiction by regional authors. Hosts Ellen Rocco and Chris Robinson, and callers, talk with two exceptionally talented novelists and short fiction writers: Elizabeth Innes-Brown, author of Burning Marguerite, and Chris Bohjalian, author of Midwives, The Law of Similiars, and The Buffalo Soldier.  Go to full article

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