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Authors of book on Wellesley murder case to speak at library

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Boston Herald reporter Tom Farmer and former Massachusetts State Police detective Marty Foley will be at the Northborough Library on Monday to discuss their book, “A Murder in Wellesley.” They will divulge details of the 1999 murder of May Greineder, going behind the scenes of the Halloween night killing that shocked a community. Details from the investigation that led to the arrest of May’s husband, a physician, will be discussed. The discussion begins at 6:30 p.m. in the library’s Meeting Room and is part of the library’s Groundbreaking Reads adult summer reading program.

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