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Future Events

September, 2020

Tuesday
29
Virtual event presented by the Curtis Memorial Library in conjunction with SinC/NE
7:00 PM
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In this virtual event, Agatha and Edgar-nominated author of the acclaimed Hester Thursby novels, Edwin Hill, will discuss his two books, Little Comfort, The Missing Ones, and offer a preview of the third book, Watch Her! which releases in December 2020.

October, 2020

Tuesday
6
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This workshop dissects what turns a work of fiction into a page turner.

Our speaker will be Hallie Ephron, New York Times bestselling author of CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR and many other novels of suspense.
Wednesday
14
Virtual event presented by the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library in conjunction with SinC/NE
7:00 PM
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In this fun, fast-paced virtual event, authors, Debra Goldstein, Tilia Jacobs, Linda McHenry, and Clea Simon, will brainstorm to create a brand-new mystery, using suggestions from the audience, and in the process offering insights into the workings of mystery authors‘ minds.
Thursday
15
Groton Public Library
7:00 PM
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This event has been postponed until October 15, 2020.
Thursday
29
Virtual event presented by the Pembroke Public Library in conjunction with SinC/NE
7:00 PM
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In this virtual event, authors, Judy Copek, Gary Goshgarian (aka Braver), Julie Hennrikus, and Leslie Wheeler will take part in a fun, fast-paced improv game to create a brand-new mystery,using suggestions from the audience, and in the process offer insights into how mystery authors‘ brains work.