Gal’s Guide is pleased to welcome Speed City Sisters in Crime for a book signing of their newest book Trick or Treats.
Meet the Sisters (and Misters)! Dive into 16 frightfully good tales by Indiana authors. Get your signed copy!
October 23, 2021
2pm – 4pm
Gal’s Guide Library
107 S. 8th Street
Second Floor of the Nickel Plate Arts Campus
Books will be available for sale at the event for $16.99.
A small percentage will go to Gal’s Guide Library & Nickel Plate Arts.
About the Book
Enter if you dare!
Crumbling mansions and ancient cemeteries. Haunted houses and med school dissection rooms. All are terrible places to visit on the spookiest night of the year. So, of course the authors of Speed City Sisters in Crime go there—and you can go with them. From Halloween parties to autumn festivals to trick-or-treaters, Indiana is the home of ghosts, apparitions, and in-the-flesh evil ones, in this time and yesteryear. Sixteen tales for All Hallows’ Eve, when the veil between the afterlife and this life thins, and the night fills with wonder and dread.
Indiana Stories by Indiana Authors:
- St. Cecilia’s Ghost by Teri Barnett
- Ef You Don’t Watch Out by C.L. Shore
- The Many Wives of Axel Flynn by Stephen M. Terrell
- The Mystery of the Mirror by Shari Held
- Shattered by Janet E. Williams
- Harvey’s House of Horrors by Joan Bruce
- The Simulator by Ramona G. Henderson
- The Curse of the Benjamin Mansion by Ross Carley and Karen Phillips
- Undocumented by Elizabeth A. San Miguel
- De-Boned by C. J. Nelson
- The Woman in Black by C. A. Paddock
- Masks by J. Paul Burroughs
- An Eerie Bump in the Road by Mary Ann Koontz
- Maybe It’s in the Genes by B. K. Hart
- Three Simple Rules by Elizabeth Perona
- Which Witch? by Diana Catt
About the Authors
Speed City Sisters in Crime is the Indiana chapter of the world-wide mystery/crime writers’ association Sisters in Crime. The Speed City chapter was founded in 2005.
Members of the organization are published mystery and crime authors, writers working on mysteries and thrillers, and readers and fans of the literary genre. There are currently 40+ members who live in Indiana or the Midwest.
Speed City Sisters in Crime hosts monthly meetings with speakers on topics of interest to mystery and crime writing. Past speakers have included police officers, prosecutors, investigative reporters, forensic specialists, weapons experts, researchers, and publishing and media professionals.
Chapter members have published 8 short story anthologies over the years with the themes that are related to Indiana or the midwest. Members of the organization have also written and produced a play, Deadbeat, which was performed at a local fringe festival and will soon be available to for others to produce.
The chapter also hosts writing and other educational workshops for its membership with well-known authors and publishing professionals.