Mystery Author Elise M. Stone on Big Blend Radio
This episode of Big Blend Radio's 4th Wednesday "Tucson Sisters in Crime" Show features mystery author Elise M. Stone, known for her "Shipwreck Point" and "African Violet Club" mystery series.
Elise M. Stone was born in New York, went to college in Michigan, and lived in the Boston area for eight years. Ten years ago she moved to sunny Tucson, where she doesn't have to shovel snow. She’s written eleven books in two series. Her most recent novels are the “Shipwreck Point Mysteries," historical cozies featuring a Gilded Age defense attorney, a former Pinkerton detective, and an adventurous secretary. She spends her days doing her two favorite things: writing and reading. Agatha and Spenser, her two cats, keep her company while watching birds and lizards outside her office window. More: https://www.elisemstone.com/
The Tucson Sisters in Crime is a local Tucson, Arizona chapter of the international organization Sisters in Crime. They are authors, writers, readers, librarians, editors, publishers, agents, and booksellers with a passion for the mystery genre. They welcome Sisters and Brothers in Crime from everywhere who have an interest in writing, and in the Southern Arizona mystery community. More: https://www.tucsonsistersincrime.org/
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