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Sisters in Crime

Thursday, February 08, 2018
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
AAUW Sunnyvale-Cupertino
Location Details:
Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church, Soule Hall
728 Fremont Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94087

Proceeds go to the Legal Advocacy Fund. Desserts and beverages will be served. Books will be available for purchase. Come hear local mystery writers talk about their recent books and how they write them.

The panel:
Mary Feliz ( writes cozy mysteries published by featuring Silicon Valley Professional Organizer Maggie McDonald. Maggie's career gives her access to her clients' darkest secrets. Her penchant for order drives her to restore justice when crime rends the fabric of her community. Mary's most recent novel, Dead Storage, focuses on the problems created when an undocumented teen witnesses a crime. Should he report the crime and risk deportation or stay mum and let the bad guys run amok?

Bette Lamb and JJ Lamb ( have co-authored a dozen crime novels, plus a few other individual fiction titles as both books and short stories. Bette is not only a writer, she's an award-winning artist as well. She's also an RN and knows her subject well. J.J. has spent his entire career behind a keyboard as a journalist, freelance writer, editor and fiction author. He is also a competent jack-of-all-trades when the occasion demands.

Kathryn Bolger Hyde ( spent her career as an editor before venturing into writing. Bloodstains with Bronte is her second traditional mystery in the Crime with the Classics series. The series was inspired by her annual writing pilgrimage to Rockaway Beach on the Oregon coast. She lives in Santa Cruz County with her husband and the youngest of her four children and two obstreperous cats.

Madeline McEwen ( is an ex-pat from the U.K., bi- focaled and technically challenged. She and her significant other manage their four offspring, two autistic and two neurotypical plus a time-share with Alzheimer's. In her free time she walks the canines and chases the felines with her nose in a book and her fingers on a keyboard.

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Added to the calendar on Sat, Jan 27, 2018 11:45PM
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