NETC highlights two local authors

The Northeastern Technical College Alumni Association will be sponsoring an on-campus Book Reading Tuesday, Dec. 2 at 6 p.m. in the Library (Bldg. 500) to highlight NETC authors/instructors, Max Everhart and Elizabeth Dutton, and their recently published novels.   The event is open for the public to attend.

BookCoversMax Everhart released his debut novel, Go Go Gato on August 1. The book is the first in a series of mystery/suspense novels featuring lead character Eli Sharpe, a former professional baseball player, working as a private investigator to unravel the mystery of a missing ball player.

Elizabeth Dutton released her second book, a novel called Driftwood, on November 4.  The novel features Clem Jasper, a trust fund child, who begins a road trip of self-discovery prompted by the final wishes (letters) from her late father.  Dutton previously released a book called 1,033 Reasons to Smile in 2011.

Everhart and Dutton will both read excerpts from their books, answer audience questions, and autograph books at the event.   There will also be a limited number of books on sale at the event.

The Alumni Association will provide refreshments and a door prize drawing for guests.

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