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Camille was featured in an article in Fordham Magazine, Spring/Summer 2020 issue. Read it here.
MOUSSE AND MURDER debuted on May 5, 2020. The second in the series FISHING FOR TROUBLE will be released on November 24, 2020.
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“Elizabeth Logan” writes about Charlotte “Charlie” Cooke, owner of a diner in Elkview, Alaska. Though the town is small and doesn't exist, it has more than its share of murder and mayhem. Special appearances by moose, mousse, and murder.
Twenty-two authors contributed short crime fiction stories on the theme "Every stolen vote is a crime." All the money earned from sales is contributed to the Southern Poverty Law Center's programs to fight voter suppression and defend voting rights.
Camille’s story, “Three Funny Things Happened on the Way to Vote,” is set in Alaska.
THE PROFESSOR SOPHIE KNOWLES MYSTERIES RE-RELEASED
The PROFESSOR SOPHIE KNOWLES mysteries (previously written as Ada Madison) feature a college math teacher at small New England campus. Sophie's crew includes her boyfriend and medevac helicopter pilot, Bruce Granville, and her best friend and bead-shop owner, Ariana Volens, plus a whole campus full of interesting faculty, students, and administrators to enrich—and sometimes endanger—Sophie's life.
As a bonus, each book in the series includes brainteasers and puzzles, along with their solutions, suitable for puzzle lovers at all levels.
This series has been released by Crossroad Press:
Camille facilitates a MYSTERY READING GROUP, the first Tuesday of the month, at the CASTRO VALLEY, CA library, 6:30 to 8 PM. Click here for a schedule of readings.
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