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Book Discussion: Bones of Hilo by Eric Redman

Tuesday, October 5, 2021, 9:00 AM until 10:30 AM
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Please join us for a book discussion with lawyer/writer Eric Redman. The idea is to have everyone read the book prior to the presentation. Not absolutely necessary, but it would be nice.

Since 2014, Eric Redman,  has worked as a consultant and lawyer for climate-friendly technology companies, and as a Senior Policy Fellow for Deep Decarbonization at the University of California San Diego’s graduate School of Policy & Strategy, where he also helps teach a graduate course on Real World Problems of Energy & Environment. 

has written a riveting novel set in the Methow Valley and Hawaii. You will love this book even if you are not a mystery fan. He has graciously offered to have a discussion about his book for MAH. The hope is you will read the book before the discussion. You can order the book from our local bookstore or the library. Join us for the discussion! Spread the word! Bring a friend.
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