Saturday, 12 July 2008

Author, Allie Boniface, to hold court in Kingston

If you’re lucky enough to live around Kingston, New Hampshire, and are one of those people who love to meet authors in the flesh, then this could be your lucky week.

On Wednesday, July 30, romantic author Allie Boniface will be attending the Nichols Memorial Library in Kingston, New Hampshire, where she intends to meet readers and talk about her book, Lost in Paradise.

Boniface said, "I've always loved regions surrounding Boston, especially New Hampshire's lakes and Seacoast communities. When I thought about where I wanted to set this story, the charm of a small town like Kingston immediately came to mind."

The novel, Lost in Paradise, investigates two characters who meet one summer in the fictional town of Paradise. Reviewers have called the novel "an emotional love story that draws the reader in".

Ms. Boniface currently teaches in the Lower Hudson Valley, N.Y. She is also the author of the romantic novels "One Night in Boston" and "One Night in Memphis".

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This event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 30, at the Nichols Memorial Library, located at 169 Main Street in Kingston. For more information, call (603) 642-3521.

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