Anna Castle, author of historical novels Murder by Misrule and Death by Disputation, will talk about Agatha Christie’s “sneaky plot tricks” at our Sisters in Crime March 8 meeting. Ms. Castle is the chapter’s secretary/historian.
Anna Castle writes two series of novels: the Francis Bacon mysteries and the Lost Hat, Texas mysteries. She has earned a series of degrees: BA in the Classics, MS in Computer Science, and a PhD in Linguistics and has had a corresponding series of careers including waitressing, software engineering, grammar-writing, assistant professor, and archivist. Writing fiction combines her lifelong love of stories and learning. She physically resides in Austin, Texas, and mentally counts herself a queen of infinite space.
Sisters in Crime Heart of Texas Chapter meets monthly on the second Sunday of the month at 2:15 p.m. at the Yarborough Branch Public Library, 2200 Hancock Drive, Austin, Texas 78756, 512-974-8820.
Sisters in Crime is an international organization of women and men whose mission is to promote the professional development and advancement of women crime writers to achieve equality in the industry. Speakers include published mystery authors and technical experts who help writers craft better mysteries and readers enjoy what they read. Meetings are free and open to all.
For information contact: Joyce Arquette, Publicity (512) 266-6543