Best-selling author drops by Shelton

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Above, author Steve Berry, who has sold 18 million books, signs a copy of his new novel “The Lincoln Myth” for John Wiehn during an appearance in Shelton to raise money for the Friends of the Shelton Libraries, a nonprofit organization.

More than 100 people heard Berry speak about the book, his writing career and related issues at the Hyatt House hotel on Bridgeport Avenue.

Among those who worked on the Friends of the Shelton Libraries event to bring author Steve Berry to Shelton are, from left, Denese Deeds, treasurer of the Friends; Andy Mollo, event committee member; C. Elspeth Lydon, Shelton library director; David Gioiello, event committee member; and Jean Cayer, Library Board member and event committee member.

Among those who worked on the Friends of the Shelton Libraries event to bring author Steve Berry to Shelton are, from left, Denese Deeds, treasurer of the Friends; Andy Mollo, event committee member; C. Elspeth Lydon, Shelton library director; David Gioiello, event committee member; and Jean Cayer, Library Board member and event committee member.

Margaret Keating, a librarian in Waterbury who attended the event, called Berry “an excellent writer and researcher who keeps you on the edge of your seat.”

 

Writer Steve Berry speaks at the library event.

Writer Steve Berry speaks at the library event.

 

 

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