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Upcoming talks and book events (open to the public and free unless otherwise indicated)

  • Sunday, September 29, 1-2:30pm, "The Three Miracles of the Jewish Danes" talk at the Scandinavian Cultural Center, 206 Waltham St, Newton

  • Saturday, November 16, 10am-3pm,  Book signing at the NE Scandinavian Fair, ($3.00 entrance fee), Concord-Carlisle High School, 170 Warren St., Concord

About the latest Book - in the author's own words

In my latest novel, At the Concord of the Rivers, I explore seventeenth-century New England and the town of Concord, Massachusetts in a story of the Puritans and the remnant Native Americans of Nashoba Indian Village. In a time before now I lived in Concord and was captivated by the sense of history that pervades this special town and its three rivers. My imagination sparked and eventually a determination grew to write a novel about its early years. The story is told from the point of view of history graduate student, Abigail, who abruptly finds herself back in the period she has been studying. I used her time travel as a device to envision Puritan life in 1692 through modern eyes. A central theme of the plot is the relationship between Abigail and half-Indian Paul, both of whom are caught between two cultures.