Mark your calendars for February 1, 2016. That’s the release date for the Virginia is for Mysteries Volume II anthology, a collaborative effort by the Central Virginia and the Mysteries by the Sea chapters of Sisters in Crime.
I’m privileged to be one of nineteen authors who contributed stories that feature Virginia landmarks and locations such as Virginia Wine Country, the Poe Museum, Luray Caverns, Colonial Williamsburg, the Great Dismal Swamp, Nimrod Hall, the Barter Theater, and Mill Mountain, to name a few.
My fellow authors are Judy Chalkley, Meriah Crawford, Adele Gardner, Debbi Holmes, Teresa Hewitt Inge, Maria Hudgins, Cindy Lane Vivian Lawry, Michael McGowan, Kris Kisska Mehigan, Kathleen Mix, Jayne Ormerod, Yvonne Quinn Saxon, Rosemary Shomaker, Rosemary Stevens, Linda Thornburg, Heather Baker Weidner, and Ken C. Wingate.
Here is a short summary of my story, “Reunion in Shockoe Slip”:
One cold and blustery January day bestselling mystery author Nancy McGregor and Internet security expert Roger Rucker meet by chance in Richmond, Virginia’s historic Shockoe Slip. Thirty years before they were lovers in sunny Southern California. Their reunion sets off a series of memories and events that change their lives forever.
Our official launch is on February 27, 2016 at the new Libbie Mill Library in Richmond, Virginia. If you’re in or near the area, please come out and help us celebrate.
Visit the Virginia is for Mysteries site here.
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