Our building is currently open for pick-up of materials, 45 minute computer sessions, and browsing of materials.
- Mon 9am to 5pm
- Tue 1pm to 7pm
- Wed 9am to 5pm
- Thu 1pm to 7pm
- Fri 9am to 5pm
- Sat 9am to 1pm
Charles Fergus writes mysteries set in Pennsylvania in the Jacksonian Era of the 1830s. He also writes books about nature and wildlife. His deep knowledge of the natural world informs his fiction, letting him invoke a strong sense of place.
He was born and raised in central Pennsylvania. A graduate of Penn State University’s writing program, he has worked as a writer and editor for his entire career. He now lives on an old hill farm in northern Vermont, where he and his wife, the author Nancy Marie Brown, ride their Icelandic horses on dirt roads and trails. He loves to spend time in nature, in all seasons, hiking, canoeing, snowshoeing, and watching wildlife. He sings in a hospice chorus, bringing a capella music to people in their last days and final hours. He is one third of an American roots trio called Yestermorn, singing and performing Appalachian, folk, and shape-note songs, including many from the early 1800s.