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Utah Lit: "Stars Go Blue"

Published July 23, 2014 1:02 pm

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Ben and Renny Cross spent decades together living the ranching life and raising a family on the Colorado rangeland. But the murder of their daughter and an Alzheimer's disease diagnosis tear them apart, leading them to live on opposite ends of "Hell's Bottom" ranch and to plan very different versions of the future.

So begins Laura Pritchett's novel, "Stars Go Blue."

On Wednesday at 12:15 p.m., Tribune reporters Ellen Fagg Weist, Kathy Stephenson and Jennifer Napier-Pearce discuss life and death, family caregiving and other themes in "Stars Go Blue" during the Tribune's monthly book club, Utah Lit.

Be part of the book club discussion by watching at sltrib.com. You can also join the conversation by submitting questions and comments to the hashtag #TribTalk on Twitter and Google+, on the Utah Lit Facebook page or in the comment section below this story. You can also send texts to 801-609-8059.

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Twitter: @jnpearce 'Stars Go Blue' is focus of Utah Lit club discussion

12:15 p.m. Wednesday • Ben and Renny Cross spent decades together living the ranching life and raising a family on the Colorado rangeland. But the murder of their daughter and an Alzheimer's disease diagnosis tear them apart, leading them to live on opposite ends of "Hell's Bottom" ranch and to plan very different versions of the future. So begins Laura Pritchett's novel, "Stars Go Blue." Tribune reporters Ellen Fagg Weist, Kathy Stephenson and Jennifer Napier-Pearce discuss life and death, family caregiving and other themes in "Stars Go Blue" during the Tribune's monthly book club, Utah Lit. Be part of the discussion at sltrib.com. Submit questions and comments to #TribTalk on Twitter and Google+, on the Utah Lit Facebook page or in the comment section below the story at sltrib.com. Send texts to 801-609-8059. › sltrib.com