Sisters in Crime at Camden library
Camden — The Sisters in Crime, a panel of three authors from Sisters in Crime New England, will recommend some great summer reads Tuesday, July 31, at 6:30 p.m. at the downtown Camden Public Library. Books will be available to purchase from Sherman’s Books of Camden, and one lucky attendee will win a beach bag full of summer books
The panel features Janis Bolster, Kate Flora and Vicki Doudera. Bolster’s second mystery novel, “The Lost Daughters,” was a crime fiction finalist for the 2012 Maine Literary Awards. Her first novel, also featuring editor Sally Jean Chambers, is “Murder in Two Tenses.” Bolster grew up in small towns in Maine and has settled into an old shipwright’s house in Bath that is making its way into the third Sally Jean Chalmers mystery.
Flora’s books include seven Thea Kozak mysteries, three gritty police procedurals featuring Portland Detective Joe Burgess and a suspense thriller (written as Katharine Clark). She is the co-author of the true crime book “Finding Amy: A True Story of Murder in Maine.” Flora hails from Union where her mother, A. Carman Clark, was the” From the Orange Mailbox” columnist for The Camden Herald for years.
Doudera of Camden writes page-turning mysteries grounded in a reality she knows all too well: the world of luxury real estate. Her latest book is “Deadly Offer,” third in her series about Darby Farr, a red-hot agent making multimillion dollar deals while solving bloody crimes. She also is the author of “Moving to Maine.”
Courier Publications' A&E Editor Dagney C. Ernest can be reached at 207-594-4401 or email@example.com.