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Author discusses family's history with suicide in Zandbroz visit

Minneapolis writer Juliet Patterson's new book is "Sinkhole: A Legacy of Suicide"

Author Juliet Patterson
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FARGO -- Juliet Patterson will read from and discuss her new book, “Sinkhole: A Legacy of Suicide,” at 5:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 23, at Zandbroz Variety.

The Minneapolis-based author examines her family’s history with sucide after her father and both of her grandfathers all took their own lives. She explores their personalities, politics and the land that surrounded them.

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