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Arlington author holds book signing

ARLINGTON — A local author will be holding a book signing for his recently released mystery novel.

Arlington resident Robert Miller, whose book "Deep Stepping Stones" was released earlier this summer, will be appearing at the Arlington Public Library at 7 p.m. on Aug. 4.

The novel — Miller's first attempt at writing — takes place in Butte, Mont., and Jackson, Wyo., and spins a story of a disappearing presidential candidate, drug deals and other elements into what Miller calls "a fairly quick read."

"It is a fictional work of suspense and is somewhat different from many of those one might encounter in reading that genre," Miller said. "My book includes accurate information about the locales on which the story unfolds."

The book is available at Petite Sweet Bakery, located at 318 North Olympic Ave., Arlington, The Tattered Page at 514 South First Street, Mount Vernon and The Snow Goose Bookstore at 8616 271st Street NW, Stanwood.

Copies of the book can be ordered by e-mailing Miller at bob45miller@hotmail.com. Cost is $16.95 plus tax.

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