**CANCELLED** Kathryn Miles "Trailed" Book Signing

**CANCELLED**

Unfortunately, tomorrow's event has been CANCELLED, but we will surely try to get Kathryn Miles back here another time! Stay tuned!

Come to a booktalk with Kathryn Miles, author of Trailed: One Woman’s Quest to Solve the Shenandoah Murders on Saturday, June 18, from 2:00 – 3:30pm. She'll be reading from her book, as well as signing and personalizing any copies for customers who want one.

About the Book

Trailed is an eye-opening and heartbreaking work, offering a braided narrative about two remarkable women who were murdered doing what they most loved, of the forensics of this cold case, and of the surprising pervasiveness and long shadows cast by violence against women in the backcountry.

About the Author

Kathryn Miles is the author of five books, including Quakeland and SuperstormHer essays and articles have appeared in publications such as AudubonBest American EssaysBest American Sports Writing, the Boston Globe, the New York TimesOutsidePolitico, and Time. A contributing editor at Down East magazine, Miles also serves as a scholar-in-residence for the Maine Humanities Council and as a faculty member in several MFA programs. She lives in Maine.

Event address: 
63 State Rd.
Great Barrington, MA 01230-1235
Trailed: One Woman's Quest to Solve the Shenandoah Murders Cover Image
$28.95
ISBN: 9781616209094
Availability: On Our Shelves Now
Published: Algonquin Books - May 3rd, 2022

"Trailed is a beautifully written account of a great American tragedy—the unsolved murders of an undetermined number of young women, all by the same serial killer, who got away. The truth is still buried. I couldn’t put it down."
—John Grisham, #1 New York Times bestselling author

"A tragic story of young lovers, gone too soon. A #metoo reckoning, long overdue. A study of trauma’s ripple effects, extending for decades. Trailed is meticulously investigated, achingly intimate, and doggedly persistent in the pursuit of justice."
—Robert Kolker, bestselling author of Hidden Valley Road

"This is a sleepless night of a book, a toss-and-turn story about a double homicide near America's legendary footpath that wrestles with intimacy, anger, and our ideas of safety. We get the fascinating, uncomfortable opportunity to join an increasingly-obsessed journalist on her quest to puzzle out what happens when a wild and peaceful place is shattered by violence."
—Ben Montgomery, author of A Shot in the Moonlight and the New York Times bestselling Grandma Gatewood’s Walk

"Beyond an illumination of the murders of two young queer women, this book is a deeply empathetic inquiry into who has the right to venture into the woods and to do so safely. Miles' book is nothing less than a parsing of the forces that have long stood between women and queer people and their physical freedom."
—Emma Copley Eisenberg, author of The Third Rainbow Girl

“In an outdoor atmosphere where women, BIPOC, and LGBTQ+ individuals are working hard for equal footing, Trailed explores the root of sexism and bigotry in the outdoor community and becomes a rallying cry for moving forward together.” 
—Jennifer Pharr Davis, National Geographic Adventurer of the Year and author of The Pursuit of Endurance.