Friday, November 13, 2009

The Buena Park Library District Hosts a Mysterious Evening

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Join other mystery lovers to listen to a panel of mystery authors discuss their books and how they have mastered the art of mystery writing. The panel will consist of three California authors: Teresa Burrell, Gayle Carline, and Jeff Sherratt. Please join us at the Buena Park Library District on Thursday, December 3, 2009 at 6:00 pm in the 2nd Floor Board Room for a mysterious evening.

Teresa Burrell's debut novel is The Advocate, reviewed as a "wonderful twisty novel...not your normal court room story". It is a suspenseful drama that transports the reader into the heart of the juvenile court system and provides critical insight into the labyrinth of child welfare. Burrell maintained a private law practice in San Diego and focused on domestic, criminal, and civil cases. She has also enjoyed a satisfying career as a teacher.

Gayle Carline, a Placentia resident, will talk about her novel, Freezer Burn which has been reviewed as a must read for lovers of murder and mayhem. Carline writes a humor column for her local newspaper, the Placentia News-Times. She has been a software engineer, a dancer, and even a flying angel for the Crystal Cathedral's Glory of Christmas.

Jeff Sherratt will discuss this book The Brimstone Murders, which is the first of his Jimmy O'Brien Mystery series. His mystery story is said to be "filled to the brim with good fun and great action". Sherratt currently lives in Newport Beach and is a member of Sisters in Crime and the Mystery Writers of America.

After the discussion, the authors will be available to sign their books and answer questions. Attendees will also have an opportunity to win a door prize.

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