Book signing spotlights Missing and Murdered Indigenous People movement

click to enlarge "Stolen Butterfly" cover
"Stolen Butterfly" cover

Paty Jager, a western romance and murder-mystery author, will sign copies of her books from 1-3 p.m. Saturday, June 19 at And Books Too in Clarkston.

Her latest release, “Stolen Butterfly,” is set among the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Reservation in northeastern Oregon and highlights the issues of the Missing and Murdered Indigenous People movement.

Jager plans to individually discuss the book and the issues it highlights with customers and share information about what people can do to help. Proceeds from the book will go to the nonprofit organization, Enough Iz Enough, which advocates for missing and murdered Indigenous people on the Umatilla reservation.

Jager was raised in Wallawa County, Ore., and lives in Princeton, Ore. And Books too is at 918 Sixth St.

Paty Jager
Paty Jager

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