HINGHAM — Author John G. Gallagher, a retired Boston Police superintendent, has just released his fourth book, “Passion, Poison, and Pretense: The Murder of Hingham’s Postmaster,” a true-crime story of a murder that led to a woman spending the rest of her life behind bars. ” ‘Poison, and Pretense: The Murder of Hingham’s Postmaster’ is the type of local history story I have been craving for some time -a concise, engaging, true story of one…

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BOSTON — Several hundred guests attended a swanky event at the Revere Hotel to join event planner Bryan Rafanelli in celebrating his book “A Great Party: Designing the Perfect Celebration,” which was recently released from Rizzoli. The book’s foreword was written by Chelsea Clinton, whose wedding Rafanelli planned. The event opened with a conversation between Rafanelli and Boston Globe Managing Director Linda Henry. All photos by Bill Brett

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THEATER DISTRICT — Michael Patrick Murphy celebrated the release of his novel “Neighborhood Lines” at a party on the rooftop of the Revere Hotel in Boston. Murphy is a business owner who wrote the first draft of his novel while in college and he mines his family’s Boston roots to flush out this novel that is set in the city. All photos by Bill Brett

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Photo by Bernard Videl BOSTON — Mary Higgins Clark, the Queen of Suspense, has a new book out, will be honored by the Authors Guild Foundation on May 15, and continues to work for the Massachusetts-based FRAXA Foundation. She spoke with Carol Beggy about the many projects she has going and why she continues to work for charities that she cares about. You can read it by clicking here.

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