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Local author puts Marshfield on the map

3:10 PM, Oct. 7, 2013
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It isn't often that a successful novel makes mention of local businesses such as the Daily Grind and Marshfield Clinic, but award-winning author Lisa Boero is putting Marshfield on the map.

Her first novel, "Murderers and Nerdy Girls Work Late," recently was a quarterfinalist in the Amazon Breakthrough Novel Award contest.

"Nerdy Girls" features protagonist Elizabeth Howe, a Marshfield native and law student working at a prestigious law firm in St. Louis. Though Boero was born in Pennsylvania, she shares many other personal attributes with her fictional main character. Both have lived ...

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