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- October 13, 2017

Book Talk

LOCAL AUTHORS 'CATCH SPIRIT'...The Los Altos History Museum will showcase eight Bay Areas authors and their recently published books — from thrillers and historical accounts to biographies, cookbooks and photography collections — from noon to 4 p.m., on Wednesday, Nov. 15, as part of its annual Catch the Spirit event at the museum, 51 S. San Antonio Road. Featured authors include: Susan Bickford ("A Short Time to Die"); Diana Chan ("Easy n' Healthy Cooking" and"Animal Kingdom"); Ryan Dietzen ("Murder Most Garlic & The Burnt Man"); Mary Felix ("Dead Storage," the latest in her series Maggie McDonald Mysteries); Anne Heffron ("You Don't Look Adopted"); Donald McPhail ("The Millionaires Cruise: Sailing Toward Black Tuesday"); Fritz Trapnell ("Harnessing the Sky"); and Barbara Wilcox ("World War I Army Training by San Francisco Bay: The Story of Camp Fremont"). The event is free. For more information, go to losaltoshistory.org/events/catch-the-spirit-2/.

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