Mystery Panel – Saturday, February 24

Who does not love a mystery?  This genre boasts legions of fans.  To satisfy this love of traditional and cozy mysteries, the Women’s National Book Association offers a panel of our writers who have recently published books.  This panel will take place in the Green Hills Library Meeting Room on February 24, From 10:30-12 noon.  What a great way to spend a Saturday morning! 

The Death of a Rhinestone Cowboy  is written by a Nashville lawyer specializing in intellectual property law. Jenna Brown, (pseudonym for Lee Wilson) is also a lawyer who works on Music Row and encounters thrilling escapades in vistas familiar to Nashvillians.  You will meet songwriters,  musicians,  crooked cops, and conspiracies and murder. Jenna is currently at work on the next Jenna Brown mystery. When she is not writing mysteries, she writes legal books and creative non-fiction. 

Dana Chamblee Carpenter teaches creative writing and American literature at Lipscomb University. Her previous book in the Bohemian Trilogy  is Bohemian Gospel which was awarded the Killer Nashville 2014 Claymore Award. The Devil’s Bible introduces a mysterious Bible once considered the eighth wonder of the world. We meet Mouse as she desperately fights the battle between good and evil while sheltering the truth of this enigmatic book.

Phyllis Gobbell has written creative non-fiction and fiction, for which she was awarded Tennessee’s Individual Artist Literary Award.  When she is not working on the Jordan Mayfair Mystery Series she teaches at Nashville State Community College. Her first travel mystery Pursuit in Provence, introduced us to Jordan, whose intriguing tale of treachery took place in the beautiful French Provence. Secrets and Shamrocks evokes the many shades of the Irish green countryside that is marred by murder. The spring will bring another Jordan Mayfair journey in Italy.

Peggy O’Neal Peden’s debut mystery won the Malice Domestic Best First Traditional Mystery Novel Competition. Peggy also has taught at the high school and university levels, owned a travel agency, and wrote award-winning advertising copy.  Your Killin’ Heart brings to life country music stars and scenes with colorful Nashville figures in an intricate plot woven through Nashville’s famous music business. The charm of our beloved city flows throughout the book and the good guy wins in this  amusing and warm debut.

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