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Red River Radio Tales from the Pages Welcomes Returning Author Judy Alter

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On Thursday, February 22, 2018 at 4pm EST, host Barbara Ehrentreu welcomes back to the Red River Radio Tales from the Pages, the multi published author, Judy Alter.

Award-winning novelist, Judy Alter is the author of several fictional biographies of women of the American West. In The Gilded Cage she has turned her attention to the late nineteenth century in her home town, Chicago, to tell the story of the lives of Potter and Cissy Palmer, a high society couple with differing views on philanthropy and workers’ right. She is also the author of six books in the Kelly O’Connell Mysteries series. With the 2014 publication of The Perfect Coed, she introduced the Oak Grove Mysteries.

Her work has been recognized with awards from the Western Writers of America, the Texas Institute of Letters, and the National Cowboy Museum and Hall of Fame. She has been honored with the Owen Wister Award for Lifetime Achievement by WWA and inducted into the Texas Literary Hall of Fame and the WWA Hall of Fame. http://judyalter.com/

Judy has a new book, Murder at the Bus Depot, coming out and we will be talking about this and how she came to write it. Also we will go back and discuss her other books as well. We will probably get into talking about how she writes her books and more about Judy Alter. As anyone who has listened to Tales from the Pages knows, anything can happen on a show and sometimes does.

Callers are welcomed and your questions will be answered on the air. Also, perhaps, we will have a give away for callers and/or commenters on the show page. And the host will most likely be reading from her own work. The chat room should be open and you are always welcomed to come and chat with each other and sometimes the host and the author too. 

 

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