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Updated: 03/13/2018 04:54:05PM

New novel references local landmark

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SUN PHOTO BY AMANDA PRASHAS

Carol Lazzeri and Cheryl Doyle pose recently at a book signing for "Inn of Three Graces" at Strawberry Moon in North Port.

SUN PHOTO BY AMANDA PRASHAS

Carol Lazzeri and Cheryl Doyle sign a book for Teresa Benes at Strawberry Moon in North Port. Lazzeri and Doyle teamed up to write "Inn of Three Graces," loosely based in a fictionalized North Port and Warm Mineral Springs.

By STEVEN J. SMITH

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NORTH PORT — North Port residents Carol Lazzeri and Cheryl Doyle called upon a local sculpture to inspire their recently released novel, “Inn of Three Graces.”

Sculptor Sophie Johnstone was commissioned to created the sculpture, called The Three Graces, back in the late 1950s. It depicts three dancing women and is located at the entrance of Warm Mineral Springs. Also known locally as The Dancing Ladies, the sculpture serves as a homage to the springs’ promise of eternal youth.

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