Dark and Stormy Night at Driftwood
Provided by Driftwood Library, Lincoln City
Driftwood Public Library is pleased to announce that it will be presenting the 8th year of its Dark and Stormy Night Mystery Series this October. A different mystery author will visit the library each Thursday afternoon in October at 4:00 p.m. to speak to readers about their work.
The first author in the series this year will be Doc Macomber, who will visit the library on October 6th. Macomber’s mystery series includes: The Killer Coin, Wolf’s Remedy, Snip, and the upcoming new release Riff Raff, set in Costa Rica, a finalist in the Killer Nashville Claymore Award.
On October 13th, Ann Littlewood will visit the library from Portland. The author of a series of what she calls “zoo-dunnits”, including Night Kill and Did Not Survive, Ann worked as a animal keeper at the Oregon Zoo for twelve years before defecting to the corporate world and then to the writing life.
Susan Wingate will visit all the way from Friday Harbor, WA on October 20th. Susan writes in a number of genres under several pseudonyms, including Myah Lin and J.J. Adams. It is under the Adams name that she has published her hardboiled detective novels featuring Harvey Flemings, Of the Law and A Falling of Law.
To wrap up the series, Larry Brooks will visit from Scottsdale, Az. on October 27th. Born and raised in Portland, Larry is the author of several books on writing as well as five mystery-thrillers: Darkness Bound, Pressure Points, Serpent’s Dance, Bait and Switch, and Whisper of the Seventh Thunder.
The programs are sponsored by The Driftwood Library Foundation and the D’Sands Condominium Motel who have graciously donated lodging for the authors. All programs are free to the public. All of the programs will take place at the library, 801 SW Highway 101 (2nd Floor) in Lincoln City. All inquiries about the programs should be directed to Ken Hobson, 541 996 1242 (firstname.lastname@example.org).