Book Trailer-Warn Me When It’s Time

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Friend, writer, colleague, Suzie Carr produced this marvelous book trailer for Book 6 in the Charlie Mack Motown Mystery series.  Please, give it a look!

Warn Me When It’s Time is a case that takes Charlie and her team to dangerous territory, as they try to outsmart a group of white supremacists hell bent on starting a race war.

Credit:  Sunny Bee Productions/Suzie Carr, Producer

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Motor City Mystery Thriller debut -May 22, 2018

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What happens when Charlie Mack and her small team of private investigators are asked to stop a terrorist plot against the largest automobile show in the world?

There is the unraveling of a complex set of motives, the identification of the primary players, the murder of a team member, the clock ticking toward the cancellation of the show, and a final cat-and-mouse chase to find, and disarm, dozens of lethal bombs.

Oh, and there’s No Time for Sleep.

Book small versiondiscounted eBook download available here (Bywater Books). Also available at Amazon, Barnes and Noble, or wherever  you purchase your books.

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Provincetown Women’s Week

Wow. Did I have  a good time in Provincetown this year.

I spent a lot of time with my Bywater Books family–they are ALL talented, fun ladies.  I got to hang out with my new editor Elizabeth Andersen, who is a former editor for the nationally syndicated Doonesbury, and Calvin and Hobbes comic strips.WomensWeekLogo

How lucky am I?

I also met other amazing authors who I have admired from afar. I did readings with some of them. I read from Long Way Home: A World War II Novel, Bury Me When I’m Dead, and from a short-story in the Our Happy Hours: LGBT Voices From the Gay Bars anthology whose sales will support the youth services of two LGBTQ agencies, one in Philadelphia, another in NYC. Our Happy Hours

The readers I met.  Amazing.  Discerning, supportive, wonderful people with interesting lives which include loving books.

I played Wiffle ball (look out knees, don’t fail me now).  I saw the amazing Suede, who was in a particularly sentimental mood. So was I. I met film director, Donna Deitch who screened her iconic Desert Hearts.  We all remember the first time we saw that film’s love scene.

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