Ski Diva Mystery Author Wendy Clinch
Ski Diva Mystery Author Wendy Clinch to sign at Bartleby’s Books
Wendy Clinch, creator of the website, theskidiva.com, and author of the Ski Diva mysteries, comes to the Mount Snow area for an in-store event at Bartleby's Books. Wendy will be promoting her second book in the series, Fade to White, answering any questions readers have about the books. Wendy spent 25 years in the advertising industry before moving to Vermont, launching her blog and writing her first mystery, which was published last year. The ski diva mysteries are set in Vermont.
About the mysteries:
In DOUBLE BLACK, Boston’s twenty-something Stacey Curtis ditches her cheating fiance and heads for a Vermont ski town. She’s looking for the life she’s always dreamed about, but she stumbles instead into financial intrigue, bitter family warfare, and murder. Populated with quirky characters, loaded with New England atmosphere, and starring a young woman with nerve, spunk, and a sense of humor about it all, DOUBLE BLACK is an exciting run down some treacherous mountain trails.
Snow isn't the only white powder falling on Spruce Peak when Stacey Curtis returns in FADE TO WHITE, her second Ski Diva mystery.
Hollywood has-been Harper Stone arrives in Stacey's little Vermont town to shoot a mouthwash commercial, and he's anything but happy about the downward spiral his career has taken. When the ornery actor turns up dead a few days later—and the last person to see him alive turns out to be Brian Russell, Stacey’s jealous ex-fiancé—things start getting complicated.
Hollywood has come to the Green Mountains, and you'll want to hold on tight—because in this fast-paced sequel to DOUBLE BLACK, everything's going downhill fast.
Wendy will be at Bartleby’s Books on Saturday, January 15th from 3pm – 5pm for the après-ski crowd to meet Wendy, ask questions and get books signed. If customers are unable to make the event and would like to purchase a signed copy, either place an order on the website asking for a signed copy in the notes field or call Bartleby's Books at 802-464-5425.