Join us on Thursday April 26th at 7pm here at Rye Public Library as local author, poet, playwright and film maker Lars Trodson reads from his new novel Eagles Fly Alone.
One little bird. That’s all it took to put an entire town on edge. When Langley Calhoun, the Chief of Police of Fenton, New Hampshire, decides that it’s more important to find out who committed a senseless crime than it is to protect the rich and powerful – and even members of his own family – then things get tense in peaceful little Fenton. The mystery that unfolds also forces the Chief to face the deep hostility that has been simmering between him and his older brother, a powerful lawyer, for decades.
Lars Trodson was born and raised in Rhode Island. From as early as he can remember, he wanted to be a writer. He started at his high school paper at Providence Country Day School and worked as a daily newspaper reporter and editor in New England for more than twenty years after college.
Lars is the recipient of numerous industry awards for his column writing and reporting for such newspapers at The Portsmouth Herald, Foster’s Daily Democrat and many others. He is currently a feature writer for The Andovers Magazine and Cape Ann Magazine. He is a published essayist, poet, and an award-winning filmmaker. He co-founded the popular blog www.roundtablepictures.com in 2007.
He currently lives in New Hampshire. Eagles Fly Alone is his first novel.