‘Envy’ contest winner chosen

Ashleigh and Alexis Richardson with
Ashleigh and Alexis Richardson with 'Envy' author Gregg Olsen.
— image credit: NaPua Oney / Contributed

PORT GAMBLE — We asked folks who were attending the book reading and walking tour with “Envy” author Gregg Olsen June 9 to send us their spookiest photo and win a prize.

Thanks to all who participated — and congratulations to NaPua Oney!

Oney sent in a picture of her friends, twins Ashleigh and Alexis Richardson, who are seniors at Kingston High School, posing with the author.

"I love "Envy" and am salivating to get my eyes on the next book, "Betrayal!" Oney wrote in an email. She lives in the Lake Symington area of Washington and works in Silverdale.

In the Port Gamble Community Theater, Olsen read from “Envy,” the first of six books in the Empty Coffin series, which is set in Port Gamble. Olsen also led a walking tour through town, pointing out the houses where “Envy” characters live and where mysterious events take place. Oney won an “Envy” T-shirt and charm.



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