Saturday, October 24, 2015

Twas the night before Halloween ~ readings in Brampton

Beaux-Arts Brampton
70 Main Street North, Brampton, Ontario
Friday, October 30, 2015
3 – 5 p.m.
Free event

Get your Halloweeen spirit on with ghost stories and mysteries in the Main Gallery at Beaux-Arts Brampton. Come for treats and Halloweens stories read by award winning authors.

Catherine Astolfo
A Brampton Arts Award winner, she is a Past President of Crime Writers of Canada, and a member of both Mesdames of Mayhem and Sisters in Crime. An Arthur Ellis winning author of short stories, The Emily Taylor Mystery Series, Sweet Karoline and novella, Up Chit Creek. Her novels have been optioned for film by Sisbro & Co. Inc.

Melodie Campbell:
The Toronto Sun called her Canada’s “Queen of Comedy.”  Library Journal compared her to Janet Evanovich.  Melodie Campbell has over 200 publications, eight novels, and nine awards for fiction, including the 2014 Derringer Award, and the 2014 Arthur Ellis Award,  for the screwball crime comedy, The Goddaughter’s Revenge.

Janet Bolin:
Author of the Threadville Mysteries, her sleuth, Willow, owns a machine embroidery store in a village specializing in crafty shops. Her other specialty is confronting mayhem and solving murders with the help of her dogs. Janet’s books have been finalists for the Agatha Award in the U.S.A. and the Bony Blithe Award in Canada.

Note: For information about the Unhanged Arthur, the Arthur Ellis Award for an unpublished manuscript, see here.

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