Sisters in Crime New England Event
Saturday May 20, 2017
1:00 PM until 3:00 PM
Sisters in Crime New England event!
Murder by the minute: author readings
Steve Liskow has been a finalist for the Edgar Award and the Shamus Award and has won the Black Orchid Novella Award twice. He serves as a mentor and panelist for Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America and his twelfth novel, Hit Somebody, will be released in June. For more, check his website, www.steveliskow.com.
Peggy Gaffney, author of the Kate Killoy Mystery Series of Suspense for the Dog Lover brings to her stories almost 50 years breeding and showing her Samoyed dogs and more that 20 designing picture knit clothing styles for dog lovers. She is also the author of 10 knitting books.
Mark Dressler retired. Started writing mysteries 3 years ago. Have 4 manuscripts (all unpublished to date). Member of MWA, SinC, and the West Hartford Writers Group.
Cori Lynn Arnold, author of Thin Luck, has worked as an archivist, algebra teacher, mathematics tutor, hotel housekeeper, library clerk, photo lab junky, portrait and wedding photographer, computer programmer, and ethical hacker. She currently resides in West Hartford and is getting her Masters of Library Science from Syracuse University.
Rhonda Lane covered “Cops & Courts” for a Connecticut daily newspaper. She created The Horsey Set Net, a horse blog with an international readership, and writes crime fiction set on the fringe of Kentucky horse country. A Southington resident, Rhonda is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, and Romance Writers of America. “On Like Donkey Kong” is her fiction debut. Find out more at rhondalane.com.
Location: Atrium first floor
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