Award-winning N.H. author to speak ThursdayStaff Report | February 06,2013WINDSOR — The Snapdragon Inn in Windsor will host award-winning author and Dartmouth College English Professor Ernest Hebert of Westmoreland, N.H., at 7 p.m. Thursday, at 26 Main St. in Windsor.
Hebert will read from his latest book and most autobiographical novel to date, “Never Back Down.” In the book Jack
Landry is introduced as a promising high school baseball player from Keene, N.H., but is haunted by a tragedy that occurred centuries before he was born.
Hebert will touch on his own life and his connections to Windsor. For more information call 227-0008.
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