Mystery writers event to benefit cancer center
Published 4:29 pm, Thursday, October 18, 2012
Santangelo, of Old Saybrook, is author of three baby boomer mysteries, "Retirement Can Be Murder," "Moving Can Be Murder" and recently published "Marriage Can Be Murder."
Harris, of Stamford, a former professional in the book retailing, publishing, direct marketing and video/TV fields, has written "Pushing Up Daisies," "The Big Dirt Nap," "Dead Head" and "Slugfest."
Stone, of Amherst, Mass., is the author of 17 women's fiction novels, three of which have been on the USA Today best-seller list. Her book, "Good Little Wives," written under her pen name Abby Drake, was optioned for a Lifetime TV movie.
Speart, of Easton, an investigative journalist specializing in wildlife law enforcement and endangered species, has written "Winged Obsession," her first nonfiction book about a butterfly smuggler, and the 10-book Rachel Porter Mystery Series.
The latest novel by Liskow, of Newington, is "Run, Straight Down," about a shooting in an urban high school. His other novels include "Who Wrote The Book of Death?," "The Whammer Jammers" and "Cherry Bomb."
Reservations are requested with a $30 donation, payable by check to Breast Cancer Survival Center, 100 Dudley Ave., E-25, Old Saybrook CT 06475; or pay at the door.
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