Chet Caskey + Jane Kirkpatrick
Please join us to celebrate the new releases of Jane Kirkpatrick and Chet Caskey!
About "Everything She Didn't Say":
"New York Times bestselling author, Jane Kirkpatrick, has enthralled readers with tales of strong women who have not only survived but thrived in the early days of the American West. Now she embarks on a new adventure based on the true story of Carrie Strahorn.
In 1911, Carrie Strahorn wrote a memoir entitled Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage, which shared some of the most exciting events of 25 years of traveling and shaping the West with her husband, Robert Strahorn, a railroad promoter, investor, and writer. Everything She Didn’t Say imagines Carrie nearly ten years later as she decides to write down what was really on her mind during those adventurous nomadic years."
About Jane Kirkpatrick:
Jane Kirkpatrick is the New York Times and CBA bestselling and award-winning author of more than thirty books, including All She Left Behind, A Light in the Wilderness, The Memory Weaver, This Road We Traveled, and A Sweetness to the Soul, which won the prestigious Wrangler Award from the Western Heritage Center. Her works have won the WILLA Literary Award, the Carol Award for Historical Fiction, and the 2016 Will Rogers Medallion Award. Jane lives in Central Oregon with her husband, Jerry.
About Chet Caskey and "Haunted Hillyard" (Information from book directly):
"Spokane's 'Gothic Historian' Chet Caskey continues his examination of the area's paranormal nooks and crannies with an examination of the Hillyard neighborhood. First platted as separate city four miles from downtown Spokane in 1892, from its earliest settlement Hillyard has been darkly controversial, fiercely independent - and sometimes violent... Among the businesses in Hillyard, there are stories of curses, witches and paranormal hauntings." The much anticipated follow-up to "Spooky Spokane," you won't want to miss this chance to discuss Chet's work!
In 1911, Carrie Strahorn wrote a memoir entitled Fifteen Thousand Miles by Stage, which shared some of the most exciting events of 25 years of traveling and shaping the American West with her husband, Robert Strahorn, a railroad promoter, investor, and writer. That is all fact.