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An Evening with Gerry Boyle and Genevieve Morgan
An Evening with Gerry Boyle and Genevieve Morgan

Thu, Jun 13

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Portland

An Evening with Gerry Boyle and Genevieve Morgan

After thirty years, fourteen books, and countless thrills, award-winning author Gerry Boyle writes the exciting and bittersweet final chapter for his signature character Jack McMorrow in the gritty novel, Hard Line.

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Jun 13, 2024, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Portland, 643 Congress St, Portland, ME 04101, USA

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About the event

ABOUT HARDLINE 

After thirty years, fourteen books, and countless thrills, award-winning author Gerry Boyle writes the exciting and bittersweet final chapter for his signature character Jack McMorrow in the gritty novel, Hard Line. In the dynamic, whipsaw finale, Boyle takes readers on a wild ride with everyone’s favorite investigative reporter—a ride that leaves no one unscathed. Filled with action ripped from current events and nods to old characters and past stories, Hard Line builds with breathtaking pace to a dramatic stand-off between the forces of violent chaos and law and order—all set amidst the quiet pines, rough towns, and gray skies of rural Maine. In his conclusion to the McMorrow series and the two-book story arc he started in Robbed Blind, Boyle delivers his most gripping book yet.

ABOUT GERRY BOYLE

Starting with his debut novel, Deadline, former reporter and award-winning author Gerry Boyle has crafted a nearly unrivaled literary world featuring unforgettable characters and stories set amidst bucolic backdrops, twisty rural roads, and the gritty city streets of Maine. His signature character, Jack McMorrow, now stands as one of the greatest and most memorable in Maine literary history—the true mark of a master storyteller.

ABOUT GENEVIEVE MORGAN 

Genevieve (G.A.) Morgan is an editor, author, and conditionally licensed clinical professional counselor (LCPC-c) in Portland, Maine. Her most recent books include The Five Stones Trilogy and an all new revised edition of the go-to high school graduate book: Undecided: Navigating Life and Learning after High School. She was the president of the board of directors of Hewnoaks Artists Colony, the Telling Room, and the Thompson Foundation and has been involved in the development and leadership of nonprofit groups since 2000.

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