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Eagle Harbor offers two author talks

Nick Jans will talk about his book, “A Wolf Called Romeo,” during a visit to Eagle Harbor Book Company this week.  - Image courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company  Nick Jans will talk about his book, “A Wolf Called Romeo,” during a visit to Eagle Harbor Book Company this week.
Nick Jans will talk about his book, “A Wolf Called Romeo,” during a visit to Eagle Harbor Book Company this week.
— image credit: Image courtesy of Eagle Harbor Book Company Nick Jans will talk about his book, “A Wolf Called Romeo,” during a visit to Eagle Harbor Book Company this week.

Two noteworthy authors will visit Eagle Harbor Book Company this week.

First, at 3 p.m. Sunday, July 20, Seattle author Arleen Williams will visit the downtown Winslow store to discuss her first novel “Running Secrets.”

Flight attendant Chris Stevens is bent on self-destruction until she meets Gemi Kemmal, an Ethiopian home healthcare provider. Gemi and Jake, a paramedic, help Chris heal from and confront her difficult past, and regain a passion for living. In the process, Chris and Gemi forge a friendship that bridges cultural, racial and age differences.

Next, the store will host Nick Jans at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 24 for a discussion of his book “A Wolf Called Romeo.”

This remarkable true story of a six-year friendship between a wild, oddly gentle black wolf and the people and dogs of Juneau, Alaska, is part memoir, part animal narrative, and a beautiful if heart-wrenching account of man’s relationship with wild animals.

Eagle Harbor Book Company is located at 157 Winslow Way East. For more information about these and other upcoming author events, visit www.eagleharborbooks.com.

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