My guests for October are Tony Piazza and Sue McGinty, mystery authors extrodinare.
As well as a mystery writer, Tony is a film historian, presenter, and a veteran storyteller well-known for his passion about writing and movies.
He is the author of four mystery novels, “Anything Short of Murder,” “A Murder Amongst Angels,” “Murder is Such Sweet Revenge,” and “The Curse of the Crimson Dragon”. All available through Amazon. Piazza’s memoir, “Bullitt Points,” from SansTree, provides a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the classic Steve McQueen movie “Bullitt” and the involvement of the Piazza family in the production.
With little more than an urge to hang out at the beach, write mystery novels, and mollify a grumpy cat who’d never ridden in a car before, Sue McGinty left Los Angeles on June 17, 1994—the same day OJ Simpson took flight across the LA freeways. Unlike OJ, Sue had a destination in mind: the Central Coast town of Los Osos. Not the Cabot Cove of “Murder She Wrote,” but close.
Tony and Sue are both members of the Central Coast chapter of Sister's In Crime.
Come join me for what will be an entertaining hour.