In Wicked Shadow of the Hunter, Ryan once again combines suspenseful storytelling with a rich depth to the characters, allowing readers to feel like they are part of the gripping plot. Taking place in Boston and Hardwick, the author continues the suspenseful story of Emma Sharpeton and Hunter Logan. Picking up where “Wicked Game of the Hunter” left off, Emma and Hunter quickly realize that dark shadows lurk around every corner, weaving a tangled web of deception and threats from the elusive stalker. The pair need to conquer a labyrinth of obstacles, including secrets buried deep in the past, before they become even more tangled in the spider’s web. When asked if she intended to write a trilogy, Ryan responded, “Actually, no. I had the story idea in my head and thought it’d be good for one book. It wasn’t until I started putting my thoughts into an outline that I realized I had enough content for a trilogy. It surprised me to be quite honest. And now that I’m finished with the second book and writing the third, part of me doesn’t want the story to end.” Tracey Ryan resides in central Massachusetts with her husband. She holds an undergraduate degree from Westfield State University and an MBA from Anna Maria College. Tracey has been a financial services marketing professional for over twenty years and devoted reader of mysteries almost her entire adult life. She is currently working on the follow-up to Wicked Shadow of the Hunter.
Join Miss Melinda and People for Animals of Spencer, a local pet shelter, as we read cat stories, create a cat craft and have some frisky fun!
Best for ages 5 & older. Registration is required.
Donations for the pet shelter are VERY welcome!
Join us for our first Teen Advisory meeting of the school year! We'll be discussing upcoming Teen/Tween events at the library and doing a Bullet Journal Workshop for beginners. Register for this meeting online and get a free bullet journal! Earn community service for attending. For grades 5-12.
For children age 2-5 and their caregivers are invited to explore and engage with activities through storytime, free play, and activities. Participate in the Raising a Reader lending library!
Registration is required through South County Community Partnership. (This program is not facilitated by Charlton Library staff.)
For more information, please contact Amy Celona at South County Community Partnership.
Want to learn how to build a strong financial foundation? During our free seminar, we will explore the basics of building financial security, including managing debt, growing savings, and safeguarding against risk and unexpected events. All participants will receive a complimentary workbook. Presented by Financial Services Professionals from New York Life.
Registration is appreciated!