Join the Friends of the Robbins Library in December for its program “It’s a Mystery to Me” featuring an accomplished trio of mystery writers who will describe the writing process- getting that first idea, creating characters, doing research, and developing a daily writing schedule. Come hear authors Edith Maxwell, Michelle McPhee and Steve Ulfelder on Tuesday, December 11th at 7:00 pm in the Community Room of the Robbins Library.
Edith Maxwell, aka Tace Baker is the author of Speaking of Murder, a mystery featuring Quaker linguistics professor Lauren Rousseau, which came out in September, 2012, from Barking Rain Press. Under her own name, Edith writes the Local Foods Mystery series, featuring organic farmer Cam Flaherty and the Locavore Club.
Michele McPhee is an Emmy-nominated investigative reporter. A veteran crime journalist, she is the best-selling author of five true crime titles: “A Professor’s Rage;” “A Date With Death;” “Heartless – The True Story of Neil Entwistle and the Brutal Murder of His Wife and Baby;” “When Evil Rules;” and “A Mob Story.” McPhee’s investigation into the Harvard-PhD who is accused of a murderous rampage at the University of Alabama, “A Professor’s Rage,” is slated to become a television movie.
Steve Ulfelder is co-owner of Flatout Motorsports Inc., a Massachusetts company that builds race cars., and author of the Conway Sax mysteries. His first novel, Purgatory Chasm, was named Best First Mystery of 2011 by RT Book Reviews and was nominated for Edgar and Anthony awards. His second novel, The Whole Lie, was released in 2012, and two more Conway books are in the pipeline.
This event is free and open to the public.