Fiction forum at library


Next weekend’s Sunday Author Talk at the Paul Pratt Memorial Library will feature three fiction writers discussing their work. Brunonia Barry’s first novel, “The Lace Reader,” was a New York Times bestseller and her latest, “The Map of True Places,” follows a psychotherapist looking into the death of a troubled patient. Randy Susan Meyer’s “The Murderer’s Daughters” was a Massachusetts Book Award finalist. Ilie Ruby will talk about her book, “The Language of Trees,” a suspenseful story of how far people go to protect the ones they love. The fiction forum starts at 4 p.m. next Sunday, and is followed by a wine and cheese reception and book signings. Admission is free, but seating is limited so reservations are required. Call 781-383-1348; the library is at 35 Ripley Road. - Johanna Seltz

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