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Bainbridge author has reading at Eagle Harbor Books

Bainbridge Island author Suzanne Selfors talks about “Smells Like Pirates” at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11 at Eagle Harbor Books.

Homer thought that being inducted as a member of LOST, the mysterious Society of Legends, Objects, Secrets, and Treasures, would be the key to finding pirate Rumpold Smeller’s missing treasure. But when Homer’s sworn enemy, Lorelei, forms an evil organization called FOUND, Homer and Dog face an impossible decision: Work with Lorelei to find the prize once and for all, or abandon their lifelong quest to locate the treasure.

Adventure abounds in this fun-filled, seaworthy tale of friendship, mystery and one very special four-legged friend.

Selfors attended Bennington College and graduated with honors from Occidental College in documentary film production. She received a master’s degree in communications from the University of Washington. She lives with her husband on Bainbridge Island, where they are raising two children, a dog, a cat and a flock of messy chickens.

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