Please join me and my partners in crime, authors Leslie Budewitz and Christine Carbo, for a lively Zoom discussion about our mystery, thriller, and suspense novels on Wednesday, February 24, 2021 at 3 p.m.
I will send you the Zoom meeting link the morning of February 24.
We hope you can tune in to share laughs, fun facts, and secrets with Leslie, Christine, and me!
Here are details about the Montana Women of Mystery and our books:
Debbie Burke is an award-winning journalist and bestselling author of the Tawny Lindholm Thriller series. Her adventures are set in the rugged scenery of Montana where she lives, with heroes and villains as large as the Big Sky. Flight to Forever is her latest book. Debbie also blogs for The Kill Zone, a popular crime-writing site, and is a founding member of the Authors of the Flathead.
Leslie Budewitz is a three-time Agatha Award winner and the bestselling author of the Spice Shop mysteries, set in Seattle, and the Food Lovers’ Village mysteries, inspired by Bigfork, where she lives. Watch for the April 2021 release of her first standalone suspense novel, Bitterroot Lake, written as Alicia Beckman. Leslie is a past president of Sisters in Crime and current Mystery Writers of America board member.
Christine Carbo is the author of the Glacier Mystery novels, an ensemble series set in and around Glacier National Park. Her books include The Wild Inside, Mortal Fall, The Weight of Night, and A Sharp Solitude (Atria Books/Simon and Schuster). She is a recipient of the Women’s National Book Association Pinckley Prize, the Silver Falchion Award, the High Plains Book Award, and a finalist for the Barry Award.
Zoom meeting graciously hosted by Immanuel Lutheran Communities.
This sounds so cool!We’re so sorry we’ll be unable to attend,due to getting our second vaccine shots at that time.You are a real life Wonder Woman,with everything you accomplish in addition to brightening your readers’ lives with your engrossing mysteries.Bravo!
Mea and Jim
MaryEllen, you are too kind! Planning to do more Zoom appearances and will keep you posted. Would be wonderful to “see” you, even if only on the computer screen!