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Author Event in Santa Clara, CA!

Dana Fredsti ZombiesThree Sisters in Crime, MP Cooley, Dana Fredsti, and Eileen Magill, will be at the Santa Clara (CA) Library on Sunday, August 2nd, from 2 to 4 PM to talk about their books, what it takes to be a published author in today’s market, and any other quirky question the moderator, Abby Normal, decides to spring on them.

If you have any questions for the authors, you can ask them at the event. If you’re too shy, you can e-mail your questions in advance to Abby at least one day in advance at yesimwoman@yahoo.com, and she’ll ask! (Please note “Author Question” in the subject line so the e-mail doesn’t accidentally get deleted).

Plague World, by Dana Fredsti

The thrilling conclusion of the zombie apocalypse begun in PLAGUE TOWNand continued in PLAGUE NATION! The zombie plague has gone airborne, and the conspiracy that began it all reaches the boiling point.

Having been ambushed in San Francisco, which is now fully engulfed in the zombie plague, Ashley and the wild cards must pursue the enemy to San Diego. There they will discover a splinter of their own organization, the Dolofónoi tou Zontanoús Nekroús, which seeks to weaponize the plague. But that isn’t the worst news. The plague has gone airborne, making it transferable without physical contract. It cannot be controlled by anyone, so reports of the zombie swarm are coming in from across the United States – and across the world.

http://danafredsti.com

Flame Out, by MP Cooley

June Lyons, the FBI-agent-turned-small-town-cop introduced in the acclaimed debut Ice Shear, must solve two connected cases whose roots stretch back decades—and touch the lives of those closest to her

As a police officer in the Rust Belt town of Hopewell Falls, New York, June Lyons keeps an eye on the abandoned factories that line the Mohawk River. On patrol she spots a slick of gasoline running across the parking lot of an old apparel factory; inside, an unconscious woman lies near smoldering piles of old fabric. The fire destroys the building down to its subbasements, and the badly burned woman June rescued is in a coma. No one knows who she is or how she got there.

Thirty years earlier, June’s father made a name for himself when he arrested the factory’s owner, Bernie Lawler, for killing his wife and child, though their bodies were never found. Sifting through the factory’s ruins, June and her partner, Dave Batko, discover a woman’s body sealed in a barrel. They’re sure that the body will be Luisa Lawler’s and her cold case file will finally be closed. But the body isn’t Bernie’s wife’s, and the discovery opens old wounds and cuts fresh ones, triggering a new cycle of violence and revenge that threatens to destroy her family and friends.

http://mpcooley.com

House of Homicide, by Eileen Magill

A young widow… Cindy is reeling from the loss of her husband, suddenly a single mother of two children and the sole caretaker for her aging aunt. She finds the perfect house to start anew. A house with a past… A rundown house in the Silicon Valley suburbs needs a lot of work, but Cindy is willing to take it on to get her dream house. Disclosure documents indicate that someone had died in the house, but they don’t tell the whole story of the house’s evil past. A call for help from beyond the grave… Cindy’s dreams are invaded by a woman who shows Cindy the horrible murders that had taken place in the house. Her message to Cindy: Your family is next. When repairs on the house uncover the missing murder weapon, Cindy begins to believe that the strange woman is something more than just a dream. Using her journalism skills to research the property, the dark past of the house is revealed: a series of murders starting when the house was built more than 40 years earlier. But her meddling into the history awakens a killer’s need to keep the past quiet, and Cindy is thrust into a struggle to find the killer before she and her family become the next victims.

http://www.eileenmagill.com

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