Meet the Authors at the Senior Center
During this visit to the senior center, we will be bringing along two local authors! Get to know Bill Percy and Kathleen Huntley and hear their stories.
Anyone wishing to take part in the Senior Center luncheon should call 208-263-6860 to make reservations. The cost of lunch is $5 for those over 60 and a suggested donation of $8 for anyone under 60.
Award-winning author Bill Percy writes vivid, engaging tales of people confronting painful and challenging mysteries. His novels in the Monastery Valley series (Climbing the Coliseum, Nobody’s Safe Here, The Bishop Burned the Lady, Standing Our Ground, and The Fury Before the Fire) were Finalists or Distinguished Favorites in multiple book award competitions. The series tells the stories of life, love, mysteries, crimes and contemporary American controversies in a small-town community in the fictional Monastery Valley, Montana. Bill lived with his wife, Michele, in Hope, Idaho, until her death in 2023.
Kathleen Huntley is a retired teacher from Montana. No one ever believes she was born and
raised in Los Angeles, California as she has been moving north since she turned twenty-one.
She has been writing from an early age, all genres including poetry and most of it has been
stored in shoe boxes under her bed until about ten years ago when her sweetheart Tom started
encouraging her to seriously pursue her passion. She has now published three novels in three
different genres and will talk a bit about all her books – A Chick Named Charlie, Misneach: the story of Flora MacDonald, and Sociopaths I’ve Known and Loved.
All of Bill and Kathleen’s books are available to check out at the Library.