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Crime Fiction: Must ‘Bad’ Characters get their Due? with Author Jeff Marshall

Tuesday, January 7, 10:30-12:00 pm

Modern crime novels, many involving serial killers, are often full of sudden and bloody deaths, and the killers generally get their just desserts in the end. In his novel, Undetected, a woman dispatches her husbands but escapes detection. Are readers dismayed when a character seems to get away with murder?

Jeffrey Marshall, a writer and retired journalists from Scottsdale, is the author of four books, including the novels Undetected and Little Miss Sure Shot. Much of Marshall’s 35-year journalism career focused on banking and finance, and he was Chief Editor of two national business magazines. He has degrees from Princeton and Northwestern.

RSVP call 480-488-2286.

Cost: FREE

 

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