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These events all took place at our Rutland store.

Archer Mayor: The Company She Kept (Rutland)

Join Archer Mayor for a discussion of The Company She Kept, the 26th Joe Gunther Mystery!

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:  Archer Mayor, in addition to writing the New York Times bestselling Joe Gunther series, is an investigator for the sheriff's department, the state medical examiner, and has twenty-five years of experience as a firefighter/EMT. He lives near Brattleboro, Vermont.

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ISBN: 9781250064677
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Published: Minotaur Books - September 29th, 2015

Tricia Huebner joins Phoenix Books Rutland

Tricia Huebner, a Rutland community leader who has served a variety of local nonprofit organizations, will join Phoenix Books Rutland as the store manager and minority owner with her husband, Tom.

In announcing her hiring and partnership, which includes an investment in the community-supported enterprise, co-owner Michael DeSanto said Huebner was a perfect fit for the new store, expected to open late this summer.

Independent Bookstore Day at Phoenix Books Burlington, Essex - and Rutland!

Phoenix Books Essex's manager, Colleen Shipman, visited the Rutland Farmers' Market on Saturday, May 2nd, in anticipation of Phoenix Books opening our third store in Rutland later this summer. Since it was Independent Bookstore Day, visitors were asked to to complete  the following sentence: "I'm excited to have an indie bookstore in Rutland because ..." Customers at Phoenix Books locations in Essex and Burlington were asked to complete a similar sentence in honor of independent bookstore day.

Phoenix Books eyes new Rutland store

The owners of Phoenix Books, an independent bookstore with locations in Essex Junction and Burlington, are looking to open a new store in downtown Rutland.

“After several months of study and discussion with a host of local leaders, we are excited to announce our intention to bring Phoenix Books Rutland to life,” co-owner Michael DeSanto said. “We need to settle on a location and raise capital, but I don’t see anything that would prevent us from becoming part of the renaissance of downtown Rutland. Our hope is to be open in Rutland by early summer.”

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