THIS WEEK IN APRIL

  1. Tuesday Oct 27 CHERYL HOLLON INTRODUCES NEW MYSTERY TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27; 7 PM CHERYL HOLLON will introduce her new paperback novel, PANE AND SUFFERING, a quirky new mystery series that takes place in a glassmaker’s shop. When Savannah Webb’s father, who owns a glass shop, dies unexpectedly of...
  2. Sunday Nov 1 CONVERSATION WITH DLPP AWARD WINNERS SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1; 9:30 AM REGISTRATION; 10 AM PROGRAM At Sinclair Community College; Building 12; First Floor Auditorium Parking in the basement of Building 12. Tickets: $15 payable by check or cash at the Registration Table Reservations are required because...
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CHERYL HOLLON INTRODUCES NEW MYSTERY

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 27; 7 PM

CHERYL HOLLON will introduce her new paperback novel, PANE AND SUFFERING, a quirky new mystery series that takes place in a glassmaker’s shop. When Savannah Webb’s father, who owns a glass shop, dies unexpectedly of a heart attack and then his assistant also dies of an apparent heart attack, her suspicions are aroused. She finds a note her father had left for her in his shop warning that she is in danger, perhaps because she is heir apparent to the glass shop. Has her father’s apprentice been responsible for the odd deaths and is he planning more? KENSINGTON

Cheryl Hollon and her husband have a small studio behind their home in St. Petersburg, Florida, where they design, create, and produce fused glass, stained glass and painted glass artworks.

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