No matter what country you name, chances are one of these three authors have been there ... and done that. In this session, they will explore the ways international settings help spice their mysteries.
|UA BookStore (Seats 150)
|Sat, Mar 9, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
|Sales & Signing Area - UA BookStore Lower Level (following presentation)
|Mystery / Thrillers
Sujata Massey is the author of 17 novels, two novellas and numerous short stories that have been published in 18 countries. Her novels have won the Agatha, Lefty, Macavity and Mary Higgins Clark prizes and been finalists for the Edgar, Anthony and Harper Lee literary awards....
Catriona McPherson (she/her) was born in Scotland and immigrated to the United States in 2010, where she lives on Patwin lands. She writes preposterous 1930s detective stories, set in the old country and featuring an aristocratic sleuth; modern comedies set in a motel in the new country, specifically in a fictional (yeah, right) college town in northern California; and, darker than both of those (which is not difficult), a strand of contemporary psychological thrillers set in Scotland with a lot of Scottish weather....
Erica Ruth Neubauer spent 11 years in the military, nearly two as a Maryland police officer and one as a high school English teacher before finding her way as a writer. She is the author of the historical Jane Wunderly travel mysteries including "Intrigue in Istanbul" and "Secrets of a Scottish Isle....