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Novelist Jon Clinch Book Signing

Location Mount Holly Library, 26 Maple Hill Road in Belmont, VT
Description Jon Clinch’s first book, Finn, was named an American Library Association Notable Book and was shortlisted for the National Book Critics Circle’s first-ever Best Recommended List. Finn was also recognized in many national publications as the best book of 2007. Clinch’s second novel, Kings of the Earth, published by Random House in 2010 also received wide acclaim and was touted in Oprah magazine. After publication of his second book Jon took the leap of faith and decided to self-publish the book, What Came After, under the pseudonym Sam Winston. Jon’s newest book, The Thief of Auschwitz, also self-published, has just been released and is available at The Book Nook. Jon has a fascinating story to tell. Born in upstate New York and educated at Syracuse University, he taught American literature and ended up creative director for various advertising agencies in the Philadelphia area. He now lives and writes in his beloved Vermont. The Thief of Auschwitz is already receiving accolades from notables. Howard Frank Mosher said, “a stunning portrait of how love of family, of freedom, and of art can triumph over pure, relentless evil. For my money, it’s the best and most powerful work of fiction ever written about the Holocaust." Jon will read from his new book, explain the reasons behind the story and will happily discuss his decision to self-publish and all its intricacies.
Date: 2/17/2013-2/17/2013
Time: 4 p.m.
Admission: Free
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