Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli
Elizabeth Kane Buzzelli is a writer who writes -- constantly.
She is a book reviewer with the alternative newspaper, The Northern Express, in Traverse City, Michigan. Her short stories have appeared in many journals. She has had essays turned into stage pieces and performed, and read on Michigan Public Radio.
She teaches creative writing at Northwest Michigan College and was recently on the panel choosing Michigan Notable Books for the Michigan State Library. She has been given a grant by the Michigan Council for the Arts, for a book of essays on northern living, and appeared at writers conferences around the country.
She is a member of the Authorâ€™s Guild, Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, Michigan Writers, and Detroit Working Writers.
Her first mystery novel, Gift of Evil, was published by Bantam. Her novels Dead Dancing Women; Dead Floating Lovers; Dead Sleeping Shaman; Dead Dogs and Englishmen from Midnight Ink, are in bookstores now.
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Books:And Then They Were Doomed, August 2019
A Little Library
In Want of a Knife, September 2018
Little Library Mystery #3
She Stopped for Death, August 2018
Little Library Mystery #2
Trade Size (reprint)
She Stopped for Death, January 2017
Dead Dogs And Englishmen, July 2011
Dead Floating Lovers, July 2009
An Emily Kincaid Mystery