An Interview With Author Frankie Bow

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Frankie Bow is a teacher and the author of The Musubi Murder; here is a link to her website:

Q:  What is The Musubi Murder about?

A:  The Musubi Murder is the 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 Ph.D. to teach resume-writing to business majors. She just wants to keep her head down and stay out of trouble until she gets tenure, so naturally she ends up getting dragged into the middle of a grisly murder case.

Q:  What life experiences did you draw from when writing the book?

A:  Everything in the book is entirely fictitious, but I do work in higher education. We seem to have a lot of “Rewarding A While…

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