Award-Winning Crime Fiction: Susan Cox in conversation with Joanna Schaffhausen, moderated by Nev March
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Spend a thrilling evening with three winners of the Mystery Writers of America/Minotaur First Crime Novel Award!
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
SUSAN COX is a former journalist. She has also been the marketing and public relations director for a safari park, a fundraiser for non-profit organizations, and the president of the Palm Beach County Attractions Association. She considers herself transcontinental and transatlantic, at home in San Francisco and Florida, with a large and boisterous family in England. Her first novel, The Man on the Washing Machine, won the Minotaur Books/Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel Competition. Her newest novel is The Man in the Microwave Oven.
NEV MARCH is the winner of the Minotaur Books/Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel Award. Leaving a long career in business analysis in 2015 she returned to her passion, writing fiction. She is a member of MWA and the Hunterdon County Library Write-Group. A Parsee Zoroastrian herself, Nev lives with her husband and two sons in New Jersey. Murder in Old Bombay is her debut novel.
JOANNA SCHAFFHAUSEN wields a mean scalpel, skills developed in her years studying neuroscience. She has a doctorate in psychology, which reflects her long-standing interest in the brain—how it develops and the many ways it can go wrong. Previously, she worked for ABC News, writing for programs such as World News Tonight, Good Morning America, and 20/20. She lives in the Boston area with her husband and daughter. She is also the author of The Vanishing Season and No Mercy.
Following Susan Cox’s Minotaur Books/Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel award-winning debut, The Man in the Microwave Oven is her next delightfully quirky mystery featuring San Francisco transplant Theo Bogart.
In 19th century Bombay, Captain Jim Agnihotri channels his idol, Sherlock Holmes, in Nev March’s Minotaur Books/Mystery Writers of America First Crime Novel Award-winning debut.
Police officer Ellery Hathaway and FBI profiler Reed Markham take on two difficult new cases in this stunning follow-up to The Vanishing Season.
"A gripping and powerful read. It is what we call edge-of-your-seat, rollercoaster of a thriller. You will not be able to put it down before you finish it."—The Washington Book Review