Capital crime-writing mavens, Vicky Delany, Mary Jane & Victoria Maffini, and Linda Wiken join forces to launch their books under their respective noms-de-plume. Nothing pairs better with fictional murder than light refreshments, wine, cupcakes and some lively discussions.
Join the authors on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015 at 7 p.m. at Library and Archives Canada (2nd floor) at 395 Wellington St, Ottawa.
Delany, writing as Eva Gates, takes readers back to the Outer Banks with her second book in her Lighthouse Library trilogy. In Booked for Trouble, protagonist-librarian Lucy catalogs the clues in a bid to find the killer of her socialite mother’s archrival before her materfamilias is thrown behind bars. This is Delany’s third release this fall in different crime trilogies. There are plenty of reading options from this Capital Crime Writer just in time for winter hibernation.
Mary Jane and Victoria Maffini are the mother-daughter writing duo behind the Victoria Abbott novels. Marsh Madness is their fourth installment in the Book Collector Mystery Series. Lured to a country club and spa by the possible acquisition of first edition Ngaio Marsh books, Jordan, Vera and Uncle Kev find that they are not only victims of a scam, they are scapegoats for murder. Next up in the series will be The Hammett Hex.
Wiken, writing as Erika Chase is launching Book 5 in the Ashton Corners Book Club Mysteries. In Law and Author, retired police chief and member of the Ashton Corners Mystery Readers and Cheese Straws Society, Bob Miller sees his 21-year-old (and heretofore unknown) granddaughter enter his life followed shortly thereafter by the murder of a stranger. Miller and the amateur sleuths in the book club work quickly to solve the murder before other deaths are written into the plot.