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Secrets of the Eastern Shore Book SigningsWriter Jim Duffy of Secrets of the Eastern Shore will be in Easton for a book-signing event on the evening of Oct. 4, 2019 as Vintage Books & Fine Art joins once again in the monthly First Friday Gallery Walk festivities featuring an array of exhibit openings and meet-the-artist receptions in the downtown area.

Duffy is the author of a brand-new book, Eastern Shore Road Trips (Vol. 2): 26 MORE One-Day Adventures on Delmarva. He is also the author of two previous books, an initial collection of Eastern Shore Road Trips and Tubman Travels: 32 Underground Railroad Journeys on Delmarva. More information about the books is available here.

“This is such an incredible place we get to call home,” Duffy says. “What I’m trying to do with these books is encourage people to get out and explore the region while also giving them a sense for how many fascinating and important stories you can get in touch with while wandering through the Delmarva Peninsula.”

All three books are published under the banner of Secrets of the Eastern Shore, a local business that celebrates the beauty and heritage of the Delmarva Peninsula in books, photographs, greeting cards, and other products. Duffy runs the business in partnership with his wife, the photographer Jill Jasuta.

Located at 4 North Washington Street, Vintage Books & Fine Art showcases the work of top regional artists in a bookstore environment focused on rare and used titles, with special collections devoted to Eastern Shore history as well as poetry, literature, maps, and historic documents. The book signing is scheduled for 6-8pm.

More information about the book signing is available by visiting or contacting owner Tim Boyle at You can email Jim Duffy at

More information on the broader First Friday Gallery Walk event is available through Talbot County Tourism on the events calendar at or by calling the Easton Business Alliance at 410-690-4395.

–posted by Jim Duffy on Sept. 27, 2019 for Whimbrel Creations LLC/Secrets of the Eastern Shore

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