Presentation to profile Bathsheba Spooner at Tatnuck Bookseller Oct 25


Worcester author and independent historian Andrew Noone will give a presentation about Bathsheba Spooner on Oct. 25 at Tatnuck Bookseller.
Worcester author and independent historian Andrew Noone

WESTBOROUGH – The first woman executed in the United States will be the topic of a book discussion at Tatnuck Bookseller at 6 p.m. Oct. 25 in Westborough. Worcester Worcester Native Andrew Noone will be at Tatnuck Bookseller Oct. 25 to present a profile of Bathsheba Spooner.native and author Andrew Noone’s new nonfiction book is entitled “Bathsheba Spooner: A Revolutionary Murder Conspiracy.”

Spooner, her lover and accomplices were convicted in 1778 for plotting the murder of her husband, Joshua Spooner, in Brookfield. Noone emphasizes the role Worcester played in the Revolutionary War.

The program, which is presented by the Westborough Historical Society, is free and open to the public. Signed copies of Noone’s book will be available for purchase.




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