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New York Times bestselling author Mary Alice Monroe is coming to the FoxTale Book Shoppe in Woodstock on May 15 at 2 p.m. to hold a meet and greet with fans, as well as discuss her new book “The Summer of Lost and Found.”

The author of the popular Beach House series will soon hold a meet-and-greet for her latest book, “The Summer of Lost and Found,” at FoxTale Book Shoppe in Woodstock.

Mary Alice Monroe, a New York Times bestselling author, will meet fans at the bookstore 2 p.m. May 15.

“The Summer of Lost and Found” is the seventh in Monroe’s Beach House series. The book is set against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic. The story explores the faith, strength and hope in the Rutledge family and beyond as they adjust to the vast changes in their lives brought on by the pandemic.

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“The Summer of Lost and Found” is the seventh in her popular Beach House Series and will be published on May 11.

Those interested in attending are asked to RSVP through Eventbrite to receive updates about the event. The event is currently planned to be in-person, though that could change.

FoxTale will offer signed copies of “The Summer of Lost and Found,” “Reunion Beach,” and any of Monroe’s other titles. Signed bookplate copies of her new middle grade novel, “The Islanders” will also be available to order a month after “The Summer of Lost and Found,” and will be published in June.

“The Summer of Lost and Found” will be published by Gallery Books on May 11.

The FoxTale Book Shoppe is located 105 E. Main St. in Woodstock. For more information on the event, visit bit.ly/31zIZCW.

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