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Southwest Seattle Historical Society presents local writer Molly Ringle's new adult fantasy, 'Immortal's Spring' Sept. 9

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Molly Ringle's third and final book in a successful series,The Chrysomelia Stories (published by Central Avenue Publishing), weaves an intricate and detailed world where ancient gods Persephone and Hades are reincarnated in modern-day students. Immortal's Spring spans both the modern day and bronze age Greece, presenting the myths in fresh new ways, telling a love story brimming with magic and good-against-evil in the backdrop of the Pacific Northwest. Her trilogy of novels about the Greek myths include Persephone's Orchard and Underworld's Daughter.

The Southwest Seattle Historical Society sponsors this free book-talk on Friday, September 9th (the Second Friday this month because of the Labor Day Weekend) instead of the normal, "First Friday" of this series. This presentation of Immortal's Spring is the 36th installment of the series and will take place at 5 p.m., Friday, Sept. 9, 2016, at Barnes & Noble/Westwood Village.

Molly Ringle grew up in the Pacific Northwest, and lives in Seattle with her husband and children. Her studies include a bachelor of arts in anthropology and a master of arts in linguistics. At the University of Oregon, she lived in an old sorority house that was supposedly haunted, and inspired some of the central ideas for The Ghost Downstairs. When not writing, she can often be found experimenting with fragrances, chocolate, and gardening.

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