Susan Russo Anderson
Susan Russo Anderson is a writer, a mother, a grandmother, a widow, a member of Sisters In Crime, a graduate of Marquette University. She has taught language arts and creative writing, worked for a publisher, an airline, an opera company. Like Faulkner’s Dilsey, she’s seen the best and the worst, the first and the last. Through it all, and to understand it somewhat, she writes.
DEATH OF A SERPENT, the first in the Serafina Florio series, published January 2012. It began as a painting of the Lower East Side, the landmark immigrant neighborhood in Manhattan, and wound up as a mystery story set in nineteenth-century Sicily. NO MORE BROTHERS, a novella, published May 2012, the second in the series. The third book, DEATH IN BAGHERIA, published in December. You can read excerpts on Amazon and on her websites, susanrussoanderson.com and writingsleuth.
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Looking at The Great High School Love Game by Marcia Carrington @MarCarring at #smashwords https://t.co/HWI1v4Fhh6
From my website
Forgive me, I haven’t posted in a while. You know how it is when time just flies away. That’s all the time for those of you still raising families, so I’m not complaining: your schedules put mine to shame. On top of it all, I’ve been writing two mysteries at…
“In the Baron’s Study,” an excerpt from Death In Bagheria Bagheria, Sicily, March 1870 “The baron was showing me his new steamer.” Serafina pointed to the telescope on its stand in front of the window. “You can see it through the telescope if you like.” Rosa shook her head, dismissing…
Today I’m interviewed at DV Berkom’s site. We talk about Serafina’s books and the history of Sicily in the late nineteenth century. Join us.