Camille Minichino
Camille received her Ph.D. in physics from Fordham University, New York City. She is currently on the faculty of Golden Gate University, San Francisco and teaches writing throughout the Bay Area. Camille is Past President and a member of NorCal Mystery Writers of America, NorCal Sisters in Crime, and the California Writers Club.
Camille has published over 20 novels and many short stories and nonfiction articles.
As Camille Minichino, she's published Periodic Table Mysteries, featuring retired physicist GLORIA LAMERINO
As Margaret Grace, she writes the Miniature Mysteries, featuring miniaturist GERALDINE PORTER and her 11-year-old granddaughter, Maddie. The 9th in the series, MATRIMONY IN MINIATURE was released in September 2016.
As Ada Madison, she's published the Professor Sophie Knowles Mysteries, featuring college professor SOPHIE KNOWLES.
As Jean Flowers, Camille writes The Postmistress Mysteries. The third in the series, ADDRESSED TO KILL, will be released in July 2017.

A stand-alone, KILLER IN THE CLOISTER, is available on Kindle and CreateSpace.
The nonfiction book, HOW TO LIVE WITH AN ENGINEER, is available on Kindle and Createspace.
Contact: camille@minichino.com

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NEW RELEASE

THE MAGNESIUM MURDER is the 12th entry in the Periodic Table Mysteries.
Freelance embalmer Anastasia Brent is called to help solve the murder of a bride-to-be.
Now available in digital form at: Amazon.com

RECENT APPEARANCES

 

Camille gives words of wisdom (?) to panelists Marlene Dotterer (far left)
and Robin Gigoux at California Writers Club panel at the Moraga, California library, November 4.

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Camille moderated a Mystery panel at the Castro Valley Library on Sunday, October 15.
The authors are (from left) Camille, Ann Parker, Jim Guigli, and Janet Dawson.

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PHYLLIS HEDMAN, one of the organizers of the Good Sam
Showcase of Miniatures checks out Camille’s table, Saturday, October 7.

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Camille at Book Carnival in Orange, CA, with Anne Cleeland (yellow jacket) and readers.

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ThrillerFest July 2017: Camille participated in a panel discussion on “Plot Twists”
with Ray Wenck (l.), with Brad Parks (r.) moderating.

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Camille (far left) participated in a panel on writing mysteries, May 13, at Diablo Valley College in Pleasant Hill, CA. The panel: Camille, Ellen Kirschmann, Ann Parker, Jo Mele, and Simon Wood.

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Margie Hamilton (l.) and Camille set up (top) for
the Castro Valley Library Book Fair, May 6,
where Camille moderated a panel on Memoir Writing.

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Camille attended Malice Domestic April 28-30 and participated
in a panel discussion with cozy authors. She also posed with
legendary blogger Dru Ann Love, 2017 Raven Award winner, and her Raven.

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