Susan: I read "Secrets of Eden" (really good!) and hope to read some more of his when I ever get a free moment!
Bohjalian has written twelve novels and a compilation of articles from his weekly newspaper column. His books and the year they were published follow:
•A Killing in the Real World, 1988
•Past the Bleachers, 1992
•Water Witches, 1995
•The Law of Similars, 1998
•Trans-Sister Radio, 2000
•The Buffalo Soldier, 2002
•Idyll Banter, Weekly Excursions to a Very Small Town, a collection of columns from his ongoing column in The Burlington Free Press, 2003
•Before You Know Kindness, 2004
•The Double Bind, 2007
•Skeletons at the Feast, 2008
•Secrets of Eden, 2010
Second Glance by Jody Picoult is a ghost story set in Vermont.
Joseph A. Citro writes both paranormal fiction and "non-fiction" about Vermont. He is a very nice gentleman from whom you can directly buy autographed copies of his work. You can see a list of his works and contact him to place an order here: http://www9.addr.com/~jacitro/ He also often appears on VPR around Halloween.
If the interest in Vermont fiction is a longterm affair, I would recommend finding a copy of A Guide to Fiction Set in Vermont by Ann McKinstry Micou.
If I can recommend a movie set in Vermont, I would like to put forward "State and Main". While actually shot in Massachusetts, it was written and directed by Vermont resident David Mamet. One of the stars of the movie, Clark Gregg, was dividing his time between "State and Main", set in Vermont, and the set of another movie "What Lies Beneath" also set in Vermont and actually being shot in Vermont at the time. Gregg wrote the screen play for "What Lies Beneath".
Sorry for the deviation into trivia there at the end.