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March 12, 2018

The County Library Welcomes Local Author Camron Wright

Tavin Stucki - Email
(801) 944-7521

Ilise Levine - Email
(801) 517-3161

SALT LAKE COUNTY, UT – In partnership with Shadow Mountain Publishing, Author Camron Wright will join the book discussion of The Orphan Keeper, along with and Taj Rowland, the subject of the book. Wright and Rowland will answer questions and discuss a preview of Wright’s new release The Other Side of the Bridge.

Following the discussion, Wright will sign books, which will be available for purchase at the event from The Printed Garden. Both portions of this event are free and open to the public.

For more information on this and other author events at the County Library, visit

The Orphan Keeper is a moving story about a boy who was kidnapped off the streets of India, torn away from his family, and sold into an orphanage. He is adopted by an American family and takes an incredible journey to find his birth mother. The book is based on a true story and the subject of the book, Rowland, will be a special guest at the appearance to answer questions about his remarkable story.

Wright’s most-recent novel, The Other Side of the Bridge, is the story of a journal, long hidden in the Golden Gate Bridge by a worker in the 1930s, which connects two grieving strangers: the researcher who found it and the descendent of that worker who is making his way from the east coast to the bridge after a life-changing tragedy.

When: Tuesday, March 20 @ 7pm
Where: The County Library | Sandy 10100 S Petunia Way


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