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Boomer authors release second novel

Two Spokane boomers and 1962 Holy Names Academy classmates who write to stay young have co-written their second novel about the post-World War II era.

Rita Gard Seedorf and Margaret Albi Verhoef recently released “Letters from a Wary Watcher: A Moira Edwards Mystery,” which is published by Cozy Cat Press. The book is in local bookstores, and the authors are booking local readings.

This time the mystery novel focuses on the Hanford atomic works in Richland. The tale unfolds in correspondence between cousins.

The novel is a sequel to “Letters from Blackham Wood,” released in 2014.

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