ABSW welcomes mothers for a special "Mystery, History and Romance for Moms" Friday Evening event to celebrate Mother's Day.
WORCESTER – .On Friday, May 9th, Annie's Book Stop of Worcester on 65 James Street invites three authors of romance and mystery, Penny Goetjen, Audrey Nichols, and Judith Arnold, for an intimate panel about their work from 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM.
Penny Goetjen's love of Maine inspired her mystery novel, The Precipice, which is set in an old New England inn involving a missing teenager and another unsolved disappearance that happened years ago.
Audrey Nichols is a Worcester author whose novel, Celtic Knots, looks into the past of an Irish family's struggle with politics and religion in the face of family loyalty and indomitable love and spirit.
Judith Arnold is an award-winning and best-selling author of over ninety titles in romance and mystery. Her newest book, Dead Ball, released this February from Belle Bridge, is the first in her brand new Lainie Lovett Still Kicking series.
Come join us at Annie's Book Stop of Worcester for a cozy evening of mystery and romance to thank our favorite Moms for all they do! Friday, May 9th, 7-9PM.