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Contact: Mary Rose, Executive Director, Friends of Fort Vancouver, (360) 816-6216
Popular novelist Christine Carbo bases her stories in National Parks. Ms. Carbo is joining us on August 24 for an afternoon talk about her fictional thrillers based in Glacier National Park and the surrounding communities. Her fiction has many ties to the Pacific Northwest; hear how she frames her storylines about visitors, rangers and local communities as they interact with wildlife and the natural habitat of the park. After her talk, she will autograph copies of her four novels: The Wild Inside, The Weight of Night, Mortal Fall and her latest – A Sharp Solitude. Books are available now in the Friends’ Bookstore at the Fort Vancouver Visitor Center.
“Her books are filled with mystery, suspense, beauty and adventure,’ said Mary Rose, Friends’ Director, “all wrapped into breathtaking novels that keep you guessing to the very last page.” Ms. Carbo and her family live in Whitefish, Montana. “Ms. Carbo weaves you through an intense and thoroughly enjoyable thrill ride!”
Come meet the author, and talk about Montana and the Northwest and the shared experiences of tourists and friends of our nation’s parks. Fort Vancouver and Vancouver Barracks have many historical links to Glacier National Park through the fur trade, explorations, Native American tribes and the U.S. Army.
What: Talk and book signing with author Christine Carbo, hosted by the Friends of Fort Vancouver
When: August 24, 2019, at 1 pm
Where: The Fort Vancouver Visitor Center, 1501 East Evergreen Blvd., Vancouver, WA 98661
Last updated: August 6, 2019