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Meeting Mayhem (Meeting Mysteries) Paperback – November 1, 2013
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Katy McDermott is a novelist, freelance copywriter, and writing tutor from the Philadelphia suburbs, where she shares a townhouse with her human and animal family. Except for college, she's always lived and worked in this area, and doesn't think she’d ever want to live anywhere else (although during ice storms in February, she could be tempted!) She often works from home, so her “writing day” never quite ends. She writes at night and on the weekends… and sometimes (thanks to her patient and self-reliant better half) on vacations. Meeting Mayhem is the fourth book in her "Meeting Mysteries" series (featuring Philadelphia native Laurie Kilcannon and her paramour, Tim Riordan.) It’s set in Ireland, on a trip that was a dream come true for the author doing research as well as the main characters! Before that comes Meeting Scandal, set "down the shore" in Cape May, NJ on a quite – eventful – summer vacation. Earlier, there’s Meeting Darkness, set in the fictional town of Barcliff on Cape Cod, which introduces the reader to a host of terrific characters – from beer-swilling fishermen to tony upper-crust estate-dwellers to the hard-working locals who form the backbone of the town. Her first book is Meeting Murder, set at a pharmaceutical product launch meeting in Miami Beach, FL. The books in the series can be read in any order. Meeting Mayhem is the last of the “Meeting Mysteries” series. Katy plans to tackle a young adult novella or 'tween series next. She also pens essays every now again to stay in practice. With all this writing, it’s a wonder she has time for a day job! As a writer.
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Almost makes me want to go to Ireland