Author Teresa Lynn will be signing copies of “A Killing in Vicksburg” at TN next month. She will be accompanied by ghost hunters who will discuss and show slides of their investigation that led to the discovery of the murdered woman’s body.
BOOK SIGNING DETAILS
Saturday December 01, 2018 3:00 PM
Barnes & Noble
Wolf Chase Galleria
2774 N Germantown Parkway
Memphis, TN 38133
About the Author:
TERESA LYNN IS THE AUTHOR OF The Lucy DelRose Mystery Series and a winner of the 2013 American Literary Merit Award with her book DIXIELAND MURDER.
The first book in the series, RIVER RAT (2012), was a winner of the 6th Annual 2011 Dixie Kane Contest.
TO DISMISS WITH PREJUDICE, A Bo Haché Mystery, was first published in 2001 and reprinted in 2009 with a new jacket.
Teresa was a winner of the 2013 American Literary Merit Award for her short story “Faded Around the Edges.” She won the Writers Weekly, 2012 Winter, 24-Hour Short Story Contest with her short story “Partner.”
Her comedy-play WHAT’S WRONG WITH HARRY? was a winner of the 3rd Annual 10-Minute Play Project sponsored by The Vicksburg Theatre Guild and performed to a live audience at the Parkside Playhouse. In 2011, Teresa won the 2nd Annual 10-Minute Play Project for her comedy play THE ANNIVERSARY, which was performed to a live audience at the Parkside Playhouse.
Teresa was an extra in the movie O’ BROTHER WHERE ART THOU? and had six scenes in the banquet hall (Southern Cultural Heritage Center) at the front table by the stage where George Clooney and his gang sang their hit song before the audience.
About the Book:
“Good and evil is for time and eternal while we live on this earth. In this story based on true facts, Teresa Lynn clearly presents the darkness of evil, a time of no mercy, as suffered by a good person, in present-day Vicksburg, Mississippi. The narrative is set in the sleepy, southern, historic town where Sharen Wilson lives a happy life, busy with her job and the trappings of a tourist town, when the unthinkable happens. Will evil win this time or will Sharen’s kind, good spirit, a product of light, be the victor?” —Anne B McKee, Mississippi Storyteller and Author.