Bank Square Books presents a fun author discussion and book signing with Liz Mugavero, Wendy Corsi Staub, and Shari Randall, cozy mystery series superstars. This panel will be moderated by local author and Hartford Books Examiner columnist, John B. Valeri. The event is free and open to the public. Join us!
About Custom Baked Murder in the Pawsitively Organic Mystery Series (which includes gourmet pet food recipes!)
Summer is winding down in Frog Ledge, Connecticut, but Stan's love life and career are both heating up. Love's on the menu for Stan's mom, Patricia, too, who's engaged to Frog Ledge's mayor, Tony Falco. Mayor Falco's dogged ambition isn't popular among locals, but it's his executive coach, Eleanor Chang, who's inspired a dangerous grudge. When Eleanor is found dead, there are a whole pack of suspects, unearthing some shady secrets...and a killer who's too close for comfort.
About Liz Mugavero
Liz Mugavero is a corporate communications consultant and animal lover from the Boston area, whose canine and feline rescues demand the best organic food and treats around. She is the author of The Icing on the Corpse, Kneading to Die, Murder Most Finicky, and A Biscuit, A Casket. Her short stories have been published in the UK and Australia, and her essays have appeared in national publications Skirt! and Sassee Magazine for Women.
About Dead of Winter in the Lily Dale Mystery Series
Just as a murderer dumps his corpse into the lake, Bella happens to be at her window. Unbeknownst to her, the killer prowls straight to her door but gets interrupted by a black cat. He takes off, but vows to return because Bellas has seen too much. Jiffy Arden, who stumbles across the killer while looking for the cat, never arrives home from the bus stop. Now, everyone is pulling out all the stops to find the missing child, identify the victim, and collar the killer...fast!
About Wendy Corsi Staub
New York Times and USA Today bestseller Wendy Corsi Staub is the award-winning author of more than eighty novels and has twice been nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark Award. She lives in the New York City suburbs with her husband, their two sons, and a rescued stray cat named Chance. This is her third Lily Dale mystery after Nine Lives and Something Buried, Something Blue.
About Curses, Boiled Again! in the Lobster Shack Mystery Series
Allie was living her dream as a ballet dancer when a bad fall put her out of business. Now she's back home in Mystic Bay to heal a broken ankle while also helping her dear Aunt Gully get her Lazy Mermaid Lobster Shack off the ground. Nothing would help Gully more than winning the local food festival's Best Lobster Roll contest. The competition is sure to be killer--especially after one of the contest judges dies after eating a roll from one of Gully's biggest rivals. Soon, all eyes fall on Gully as the prime suspect. Allie is not going to let her aunt go down for a crime she never could have cooked up - can she trap the killer and claw herself out of this hard-boiled murder case?
About Shari Randall
A librarian and military wife, Shari Randall lives in a Connecticut mid-century money pit. When she’s not committing murder (on the page, of course), Shari enjoys walking the beach near her house, traveling and eating the local cuisine, reading, and dancing. When she isn't writing the Lobster Shack Mysteries, she is the Library Liaison for Sisters in Crime.