Margaret Coel Talk
Mystery-lovers, history buffs, and literary fans alike will be enthralled with Colorado native Margaret Coel's new book, Buffalo Bill's Dead Now, and the fascinating author herself. Come listen to Coel, an award-winning novelist, talk about her mysteries set on the vast Wind River Indian Reservation of Wyoming. Her books delve into the traditional Arapaho way of life and its history, while addressing contemporary issues the Arapaho face. Coel will discuss her newest mystery novel with returning characters, detectives Vicky and Father John. Tue 7 p.m.
Date: Nov 13, 2012 6:00 pm
Venue: Susan M. Duncan Family YMCA
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