The East Hampton Library will present “Murder, Mysteries and Miracles,” a free online Zoom event featuring author Katie Mahon (“The Miracle Collectors” and “The Miracle Chase”) in conversation with author Carrie Doyle (the “Hamptons Murder Mystery Series,” “The Murder Game” and “It Takes Two to Mango”). The event will take place on Friday, March 26, at 5 p.m. and will include an interactive Q&A with participants.
Mahon became a miracle expert the hard way. At 19, she walked away from serial killer Ted Bundy with the help of a stranger who appeared, seemingly, out of nowhere. Mahon has a Bachelor of Science degree in psychology from Santa Clara University and spent nearly 20 years in banking before staying home with her two daughters. A transplant from the San Francisco Bay Area, Mahon now lives in New York City and East Hampton with her husband.
Doyle is a best-selling author whose most recent book is “Death on Bull Path,” the latest installment of her “Hamptons Murder Mystery Series,” set at a fictional East Hampton inn. “The Murder Game, “a young adult thriller, will be released in April, followed by “It Takes Two to Mango,” the first book of her new “Trouble in Paradise Series,” which will debut in June. Doyle splits her time between New York City and East Hampton.
Register for this free event online, via EventBrite.com or by calling 631-324-0222 ext. 3 or email email@example.com. Registered attendees will receive a link via email in advance of the event.