Local Authors Sign Books at Tuscaloosa Public Library Open House

05 Dec 2016
L-R: Patt Devitt (Spiritual Foods for Senior Saints), Aileen Henderson (The Horses of Lost Valley), and Carolyn Ezell (pen name Carolyn Breckinridge) (Tuscaloosa Boneyard) with their books at the Tuscaloosa Public Library Open House event on Dec. 4. L-R: Patt Devitt (Spiritual Foods for Senior Saints), Aileen Henderson (The Horses of Lost Valley), and Carolyn Ezell (pen name Carolyn Breckinridge) (Tuscaloosa Boneyard) with their books at the Tuscaloosa Public Library Open House event on Dec. 4. Jim Ezell

Numerous local authors were on hand for Sunday’s Open House celebration at the Tuscaloosa Public Library, including Carolyn Ezell, the author of Tuscaloosa Moon. Her new mystery novel, Tuscaloosa Boneyard, again follows the adventures of Detective Addie Bramson in and around the Druid City.

Ezell, whose pen name is Carolyn Breckenridge, and two other members of the Tuscaloosa Writers and Illustrators Guild premiered their new books. Patt Devitt’s Spiritual Foods for Senior Saints and Aileen Henderson’s The Horses of Lost Valley are also now available.

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