The Southington Mystery Group

The Southington Mystery Group

The Southington Mystery Group has met 3-6 times a year at the Southington Public Library, starting in 2013. We read both classic and contemporary mysteries, and books are chosen thematically. This spring’s theme is “Crime-Solving Clergy.”   Our meetings for Spring 2019: (Tuesdays at 3 p.m.) April 9:  Ralph McInerny, Ash Wednesday (2008)  May 7:  Harry Kemelman, Friday the Rabbi Slept Late (1964) June 11: Julia...

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Deadmistress is now available as an audiobook

Deadmistress is now available as an audiobook

The first of my Susan Lombardi mysteries, Deadmistress – about the murder of the headmistress of an elite girls boarding school – is now available as an audiobook on Audible, Amazon and iTunes. The rest of the series will be out in the next few months, probably June, August and October. The narrator is Barbara Benjamin-Creel, who does a wonderful job with so many voices! Find out...

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Carole Releases New Book — Most Likely to Murder

Carole Releases New Book — Most Likely to Murder

What high school class has a thirty-two year reunion? A class whose president has left the country, whose vice president is dead, and whose treasurer is in the Witness Protection program — in fact, Professor Susan Lombardi’s class from Count Basie High School...

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