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Mystery and Mayhem at Rockport Public Library

Mystery and thriller author talks during November

Gerry Boyle

Gerry Boyle

November 14 at 6:30

Mystery/crime novelist Gerry Boyle is coming to the Rockport Public Library for
November's Mystery and Mayhem Month.  Gerry Boyle is the author of the Brandon Blake and
Jack McMorrow mysteries.  Boyle lives in Maine and his books are set in Maine, reflecting
both small town settings and Portland's Casco Bay.  Described as "suspenseful" his books
are fast paced, psychological thrillers. Along with his writing and touring schedule,
Boyle writes articles for magazines and participates in the Maine Crime Writers Blog,

Join us at the library on November 14 at 6:30 for an evening with Gerry Boyle. Mystery
and Mayhem are on the calendar! Boyle's website is

Jen Blood Sins of the father by Jen Blood

Jen Blood

November 28 at 6:30



The Rockport Library continues its month long celebration of Mystery and Mayhem in
November with Maine author Jen Blood! Along with writing mysteries, Blood is a freelance
writer and editor and runs the popular website

Jen Blood will read from and discuss her popular Erin Solomon
Mysteries, which include All the Blue-Eyed Angels and Sins of the Father.

These mysteries are full of suspense, creepiness and humor with the "sassy and
delightfully stubborn Erin Solomon" on the case! Jen Blood's third installment, "Southern
Cross" is due out in March 2013 . Don't miss out on meeting local midcoast author Jen
Blood. Check out more about these mysteries at

Coming soon...Our series continues with
Jack Heath, author of Salem VI: Rebecca's Rising.
Date and time to be announced.

Salem VI cover image by Jack Heath

From the website

Jack Heath is the host of NH Today, New Hampshire’s only live afternoon radio talk show,
and cohost of Sport Legends of New England with Bob Lobel, which can be
seen throughout New England. A direct descendant of Rebecca Nurse, the last person
to be tried and hanged during the Salem witch trials, and Ann R. Putnam, one of her accusers,
his first novel, Salem VI, is an altogether modern take on Arthur Miller’s The Crucible.

Jack is working on the second book in this trilogy.


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