Sisters in Crime: Stealing from the Dead: Ideas and Where We Get Them

 Registration will begin on September 9th at 9:00 AM
Sisters in Crime: Stealing from the Dead: Ideas and Where We Get Them
October 9th, 2014 7:00 PM - 8:45 PM

You don't need to be an international spy to write a page-turning thriller!  A panel of four mystery authors, who are members of the New England branch of Sisters in Crime, will tell you how they put a new twist on an old plot, search newspapers, visit courtrooms, and learn to discover storylines right in their own neighborhoods. The four panelists include authors Deborah Doucette, and Kate Flora, Arlene Kay, Clea Simon.

Coralie Jensen is a graduate in English from University of CA at Berkeley.  She speaks at libraries and bookstores about her mystery series set in Tuscany, L'Oro Verde and Il Pane Della Vita, her historical suspense Winter Harvest, and Lety's Gift and Passup Pont both set in Canada.

Kate Flora is an author and attorney whose books include seven Thea Kozak mysteries, three gritty police procedurals including Playing God, The Angel of Knowlton Park, and Detention; Steal Away, a suspense thriller (written as Katharine Clark) and a true crime, Finding Amy.

Arlene Kay spent twenty years as a Senior Executive with the Federal Government where she was known as a most unconventional public servant. Those locations and the characters she encountered are celebrated in a series of mysteries including Intrusion, Die Laughing, The Abacus Prize and the Swann series. 

Clea Simon is the author of three mystery series: Theda Krakow "cats & crime & rock & roll" series, Dulcie Schwartz feline mysteries series, and  Pru Marlowe pet noirs, featuring a bad girl pet psychic and her crotchety tabby, Wallis.

Age Group: All Ages