• By Merrikay Brown
  • Posted Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Local Author, Rachel Keener, to Visit Lewisville Library

Local author Rachel Keener will be discussing her book, The Killing Tree, at the Friends of the Lewisville Library Book Club meeting on Tuesday, August 24th at 7:00 pm. This special event is free and open to the public.

About Rachel Keener

Much of Rachel's writing is influenced by her Appalachian heritage, and her childhood spent in the mountains of Southwest Virginia and the foothills of East Tennessee. A graduate of Carson Newman College, Rachel moved to North Carolina to attend law school at Wake Forest University. It was there, during class, while her husband took notes for the both of them, that Rachel began to scribble the ideas that would become The Killing Tree. By the time she completed law school she had more than a degree, she had a manuscript, and finally, a clear idea of what she wanted to be "when she grew up." Today, Rachel and her husband call the Winston-Salem area home. She spends her days being a momma to their two little boys. And at night, she writes on.

Rachel’s latest novel, The Memory Thief, follows her first novel, The Killing Tree.

Want to learn more about author Rachel Keener? Visit her website at www.rachelkeener.com. For more information about this author visit, contact the Lewisville Library at 703-2940.

Lewisville Library
Tuesday, August 24th at 7:00 pm

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