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Literary Notebook

Cornwall’s mysterious Terrall alias Kyle alias Halliday

Criminal mischief has been rampant in the Northwest Corner. On paper.
Adding to our literary crime file — it already includes writers Georges Simenon of Lakeville (discussed in this space in the Jan. 24 issue) and Judson Philips of Sharon and East Canaan  (June 20) — is Robert Terrall of Cornwall, later Sharon and Salisbury.

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Minor bookshelf puzzle

The youngest daughter, Darcie, who lives in Portland, Maine,  recently hosted her older sister, Jessie who was visiting from Olympia, Wash., and her parents (us) from Massachusetts. She worked out a small agenda: music at a down-the-street pub the first evening (Brittany folk tunes, no less), escape from a Victorian locked room the next afternoon (by solving visual and mathematical puzzles having to do with artwork, combination locks and a missing painting) then hear a local author at Longfellow Books downtown.

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