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Sisters in Crime

Thursday, February 13, 2020
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Event Type:
Panel Discussion
AAUW Sunnyvale-Cupertino
Location Details:
Sunnyvale Presbyterian Church, Soule Hall
728 Fremont Avenue
Sunnyvale, CA 94087

We are excited to have our Legal Advocacy Fundraiser, Sisters in Crime. Featured this year will be four local authors:

The moderator Heather Haven has a varied background-ad copy, comedy acts and play writing. Her novels include the SV based Alvarez Family Murder Mysteries, Manhattan based Persephone Cole Vintage Mysteries and documentary fiction "Murder Under the Big Top" based upon her mother's experience. In September she released "Christmas Trifle," Book One of the Snow Lake Romantic Suspense Novels.

Cara Black writes the NY Times bestselling Aimee Leduc Investigations set in Paris."Murder in Bel Air," the 19th and latest in the series, puts her Parisian private investigator in a dangerous web of international spy craft, postcolonial Franco-American politics and neighborhood secrets in Paris's 12th arrondissement.

Linda Howe-Steiger has been the Director of Technology Transfer at UC Berkeley's Inst. of Transportation Studies, a long time teacher, researcher and writer on serious environmental and urban planning topics. Her mystery novels, set in N. CA begins with "Fog," a cold case tale set in the fictional town of Quarry Canyon off Mt. Tam, which introduces amateur sleuth Morgan Kendal and her PI partner and ex-cop Carson Jalesco. The second in this series, "Terroir" recounts what happens when they are invited to a traditional family winery where the decision by the aging family patriarch has set in motion increasingly life threatening circumstances.

Alec Peche has written 13 books, 10 in the Jill Quint, MD Forensic Pathologist series. Jill is a part-time pathologist, PI and vintner who solves mysteries with a team of girlfriends with different professional skills. The stories are set across N. America and Europe. "Opus Murder" released Jan. is the story of a pianist murdered during a recital in Toronto. She has written 3 books in the Damian Green series about a modern day MacGyver computer genius teaming with a retired SJPD detective.

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