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Published: Tuesday, March 5, 2013, 12:01 a.m.

Seattle mystery writer Mary Daheim to sign latest novel

  • "The Alpine Xanadu" is the latest installment of Mary Daheim's long-running murder mystery series set in Alpine, Wash.

    "The Alpine Xanadu" is the latest installment of Mary Daheim's long-running murder mystery series set in Alpine, Wash.

Seattle writer Mary Daheim returns with another of her Emma Lord murder mysteries set in the now-fictional town of Alpine, Wash. A logging town, it really did exist in the early 20th century.
Daheim will sign "The Alpine Xanadu," her 24th book in the Alpine series, at 7 tonight at the University Book Store at Mill Creek.
Daheim takes readers on another tongue-twisting, plot-twisting adventure with Emma, the intrepid small-town newspaper editor, as she gets involved with a mysterious death and strange goings-on at RestHaven, a rehab and mental health facility.
"The Alpine Xanadu" lists at $26.
The free University Book Store event at is at Mill Creek Town Center, 15311 Main St., Mill Creek. Call 42-385-3530 or for more information and other events at the bookstore.
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