By CITIZEN STAFF
“Murder on the Middle Fork” is the first book that will be explored this year by Larsen-Sant Library’s discussion group.
The group will meet Wednesday, Jan. 16, at 7 p.m. at the library.
The book is based on a true story of one of Idaho’s strangest murders, which took place in 1917. It is set on the Middle Fork of the Salmon River. Authors are DonIan Smith and Naida West.
The story line finds Frieda living by the laws of the wilderness in primitive isolation with her husband — until she finds something more important than raw survival. Suspense intensifies to the shocking conclusion, then resolves in deliverance, a brief review notes.
This locally-based program takes the place of the “Let’s Talk About It” program offered by the Idaho Commission for Libraries. That program is rotated to libraries throughout the state and has often included Larsen-Sant.
Other books to be discussed are “Buffalo Coast,” written by Carol Ryrie Brink on Feb. 2, and “The Enders Hotel – A Memoir” by Brandon R. Schrand on March 20. More details on those two books will be provided in future issues of The Citizen.
The book is available for checkout at the library. For more information, call 852-0175.
This story is sponsored by Allinger Community Theatre.
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