A Library Visit Close to Home--Exeter

Exeter Library, 230 East Chestnut, Exeter, CA. Tuesday, June 27, 6:30 p.m.

This library visit came about a totally different way. The librarian asked for local mystery writers--and of course I responded, as did my friend, Gloria Getman.

Something most interesting has come out of this--the library has a book club and they chose to read the first book in the Deputy Tempe Crabtree series, Deadly Omen. I gave them the books, and the librarian told me to expect the book club members to ask questions about it. That should be fun.

The only problem I see is that I've written so many since I wrote that book--and I believe my writing has improved substantially. Hopefully, one or two will buy one of the later books that I'll bring with me.

I've always loved the cover, and it's all about an Indian Pow Wow. One of the Indians from our local reservation called me after he read it and told me I'd gotten all the Pow Wow stuff right. 



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