Author interview today on Pat Bertram’s site. Pat is the acclaimed author of Light Bringer, Daughter Am I, More Deaths Than One, and A Spark of Heavenly Fire.
Like the fictional professor Molly Barda, author Frankie Bow teaches at a public university. Unlike her protagonist, she is blessed with delightful students, sane colleagues, a loving family, and a perfectly nice office chair. She believes if life isn’t fair, at least it can be entertaining. In addition to writing murder mysteries, she publishes in scholarly journals under her real name. Her experience with academic publishing has taught her to take nothing personally. The Musubi Murder is her first novel.
What is your book about?
The Musubi Murder is a lighthearted murder mystery that affectionately portrays small-town life and big academic egos in rural Hawaii. It’s also the very first campus crime novel set in Hawaii.
The protagonist is professor Molly Barda, a reluctant sleuth who is very much a fish out of water. She’s a big city girl recently transplanted to remote Mahina State University, using her top-ten literature…
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