"Death and Dessert" Returns to Falmouth Public Library

Four New England mystery writers on March 23rd

Death and Dessert is back! Come join us at the Falmouth Public library for this popular event on Saturday, March 23rd from 3-4:30 pm, at 300 Main Street. Four New England mystery writers, Peter Swanson, Bruce Robert Coffin, Mary Hart and Sarah Osborne will be here to talk about their newest books, and do a brief reading. There will be a short panel discussion after, with questions from the audience. Delicious desserts will be served!

Peter Swanson is the author of five novels, and his stories, poetry, and features have appeared in several publications. Peter will talk about his new book, Before She Knew Him, about a Massachusetts couple who moves into a new home and contend with some disturbing new neighbors.

Bruce Robert Coffin is the author of the Detective Byron mysteries, and a former detective sergeant with over 27 experience in law enforcement, and several years of counter-terrorism work with the F.B.I. He lives in Maine. Bruce will talk about his newest installment, Beyond the Truth.

First time novelist Mary Hart will read from her new thriller, Some Horrific Evening, about a wedding catering job gone horribly wrong, with bridezillas, rogue caterers, and ghosts.

Falmouth writer Sarah Osborne will talk about her first mystery, Too Many Crooks Spoil the Plot. In this new series, a pediatrician agrees to babysit a friend’s kids for the weekend, and ends up solving a murder. 

To register, please contact the reference department at 508-457-2555 x 7 or stop by the reference desk. You can also register online at falmouthpubliclibrary.org/register.


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