Hate stories where you see the ending coming a mile away? Looking for a way to set your books apart?

Join us on May 15, 2021, at 10:00 am, when award-winning Scottish-born author, Catriona McPherson, will delight and confound with her how-to guide on sowing the seeds of a killer mystery!

National-bestselling author, Catriona (kuh-TREE-nuh) McPherson, was born in Scotland and lived there until immigrating in 2010. She writes historical detective stories set in the old country in the 1930s. The Turning Tide (No.14) won a 2021 Lefty award and is nominated for an Agatha.

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She also writes a strand of contemporary psychological thrillers, including the Edgar-shortlisted The Day She Died. After eight years in the new country, Catriona kicked off the comic Last Ditch Motel series, which takes a wry but affectionate look at California life and has won two Leftys for best humorous mystery. Scot on the Rocks (No 3.) is out now. Catriona is a member of MWA, CWA, Society of Authors, and a proud lifetime member and former national president of Sisters in Crime. www.catrionamcpherson.com

What: Sowing the Seeds of a Killer Mystery with Catriona McPherson
When: May 15, 2021
Time: 10:00 am PDT
Where: Zoom, register below
Cost: Members $10.00
Nonmembers $15.00

 

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