The Lewistown Public Library is pleased to announce Keith McCafferty as the featured author at the 9th Annual Author Dinner. This year’s event will be held on Wednesday, May 15 at the Elks Club.
Keith McCafferty is an award-winning author known for his “fly-fishing noir” style. McCafferty is author of the Sean Stranahan mystery series including “The Royal Wulff Murders”, “The Gray Ghost Murders”, “Dead Man’s Fancy”, “Crazy Mountain Kiss”, “Buffalo Jump Blues”, “Cold Hearted River”, and “A Death in Eden”. A good deal of the Sean Stranahan mystery is set in Montana.
“A top-notch, first-rate, can’t miss novelist.”. C.J. Box.
McCafferty has been awarded the Robert Traver Award for Best Angling Literature. He also shares his talent with “Field and Stream”as the Survival & Outdoors Editor. McCafferty is a two-time National Magazine Awards finalist, a two-time High Plains Book Awards finalist and a finalist for the Nero Award for Best Mystery Novel. In 2016, Oprah Winifrey’s “O” magazine chose “Buffalo Jump Blues” as one of the best summer reads.
Currently, McCafferty is working on his 8th novel and resides in southwest Montana.
The Author Dinner is on Wednesday, May 15 at 5pm. The event includes a silent auction and no-host cocktail hour, dinner and presentation. This event is a fundraiser for the Lewistown Public Library and is sponsored by the Library Board of Trustees and Friends of the Library. Tickets go on sale Tuesday, April 16 and are available at the Library or from a Library Trustee. Contact 538-5212 or visit lewistownlibrary.org for more information.