When: Thursday, April 15, 2021 – 5:30pm

Join the Escondido Public Library for a live discussion with mystery authors Stacie Murphy, Emmeline Duncan, and W.H. Cameron. This livestream will be hosted on Facebook. To view and register for the event click here!

View the library’s virtual event code of conduct here. Please note that it applies to all attendees, authors, and moderators and is to ensure our event spaces stay a positive, welcoming place for respectful discussions and multiple perspectives.

The panel will be taking questions from the viewers.

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About the Authors

Stacie Murphy grew up near Nashville, TN. She began writing A Deadly Fortune in 2017 as a way to force herself to stay off Twitter in the evenings. She lives in Northern Virginia with her husband, daughter, and the worst cat in the world.

Emmeline Duncan is the Portland, Oregon-based author of the Ground Rules Mystery Series, as well as YA novels written under the name Kelly Garrett. She is a 2020 Oregon Literary Fellow, a board member of the Northwest Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America, and co-organizer of the Friends of Mystery’s Bloody Thursday lecture series. She’s also a member of Sisters-In-Crime, Willamette Writers, and SCBWI. Visit her online at EmmelineDuncan.com, on Instagram and Facebook as @writeremmelineduncan, and on twitter as @duncanemmeline.

When he’s not tending his chickens, W. H. Cameron shapes unruly words into captivating people caught in harrowing situations. As Bill Cameron he’s the author of the critically-acclaimed Skin Kadash mysteries. His stories have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine, Portland Noir, Lee Child’s First Thrills anthology, and more. His work has been nominated for the Left Coast Crime Rocky Award, the CWA Short Story Dagger, and multiple times for the Spotted Owl, which he won for County Line. His YA mystery Property of the State was named one of Kirkus Reviews Best Books of 2016: Teen.