Mystery Author Features County In Latest Book, To Hold Lakewood Q&A Next Week

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LAKEWOOD – The Lakewood Memorial Library and Off the Beaten Path Bookstore will be hosting a question and answer session next week with a best-selling mystery author who featured Chautauqua County in her latest book.

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On Tuesday, October 8 at 5:30 p.m. Lissa Marie Redmond will visit the Lakewood Memorial Library for the question and answer session following by a book signing.








Redmond is promoting the third book in her Cold Case Detective series, A Means To An End. The first two books in this series, A Cold Day In Hell and The Murder Book, are the top two selling titles at Off The Beaten Path Bookstore, said owner Bob Lingle.

While the first two books in this series are set in Buffalo, A Means To An End has a number of scenes set in and around Chautauqua County, and a fictional Chautauqua County Sheriff Officer is one of the main characters in the novel.









Redmond is a recently retired Buffalo Police Department Cold Case Homicide Detective.

She lives and writes in Buffalo, with her husband and two kids.















Copies of her book can be purchased at Off the Beaten Path Bookstore, and will be available for purchase during the event at the Lakewood Memorial Library.

 

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