Champlin, MN—The Champlin Public Library Mystery Book Club features Minnesota author, Beth Solheim, as she discusses SASSY SENIOR SLEUTHS – CAPERS, CHARACTERS AND CRIMES. Beth is the author of At Witt’s End. This humorous mystery delights readers with a boat-load of laughs and a wacky cast of colorful characters who frequent the Witt’s End Resort. The event will take place on Tuesday, September 21, at 7:00 pm at the Champlin Public Library, 12154 Ensign Avenue North, Champlin, MN 55316, (952) 847-5350.
“Not since Janet Evanovich’s Stephanie Plum series, have so many quirky characters inhabited one book. A definite enjoyable read!”—Jean Henry Mead, author of Diary of Murder
At Witt’s End:
Mayhem is on the rise at the Witt’s End Resort, especially Cabin 14 where no guest ever leaves alive. To make matters worse, Sadie Witt must untangle a murderous web while struggling to prevent an unscrupulous sheriff’s deputy from shutting down her lakeside resort.
When guests arrive at Cabin 14, they’re stunned to learn Sadie is their conduit to the hereafter. Clad in outlandish outfits, (clothing typically reserved for those without sagging body parts) and sporting hairdos that make bystanders want to look away but can’t, Sadie realizes one of the guests has been murdered and works against the clock to prevent further mayhem.
Like the main character in her Sadie Witt Mystery Series, Beth Solheim was born with a healthy dose of imagination and a hankering to solve a puzzle. She learned her reverence for reading from her mother, who was never without a book in her hand.
By day, Beth works in Human Resources. By night she morphs into a writer who frequents lake resorts and mortuaries and hosts a ghost or two in her humorous paranormal mysteries. Beth is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Midwest Fiction Writers. The second book in the Sadie Witt mystery series will be released in January 2011.
“A fresh new twist on the paranormal mystery and a senior sleuth with moxie!”—Krista Davis, author of The Diva Takes The Cake
“Characters come alive on the page and that includes the dead ones.”—Sheila Connolly, author of Rotten to the Core
Beth Solheim is available for book signing, workshop, and speaking events. Please contact the author directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.