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Byline: Ray Routhier
Aug. 28--Paul Doiron has long wanted to write novels.
But it wasn't until he began working at Down East magazine and scouring the state for interesting real-life stories that he found the perfect hero to write about -- a game warden who solves mysteries.
Doiron, 46, who grew up in Scarborough, is promoting his second novel focusing on Maine game warden Mike Bowditch, "Trespasser." The third in the series is due out next June.
Doiron will read from and discuss his work at noon Wednesday as part of the Portland Public Library's Brown Bag Lecture Series. He is editor-in-chief at Down East.
Q: How did you decide to write …