Former Juneau resident publishes mystery novel

Former Juneau resident Sharon Eboch has published a mystery novel set in Juneau called “Murder on the West Glacier Trail.” The story involves a young B&B guest who is shot to death while hiking the West Glacier Trail; the B&B’s owner, Kate Foland, decides to investigate. Set in the 1980s, the action includes references to local points of interest, some of which no longer exist, such as the Fiddlehead Restaurant and the Lady Lou Revue.

Eboch, who once ran a B&B in Juneau herself, now lives in Chandler, Ariz.

“Murder on the West Glacier Trail” was published as print-on-demand. It is available in print or electronic form on the Amazon and Barnes & Noble websites or can be ordered through a bookstore.


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