July 25th at 5PM

Join us on Tuesday to see authors Cheryl A. Head and Brenda Buchanan in conversation at the library.

Cheryl. A Head

Cheryl A. Head writes the Anthony, and Lambda Literary Award nominated; and Goldie and IPPY Award winning, Charlie Mack Motown Mysteries. The most recent book in the series, Warn Me When It’s Time, was dubbed “chilling and prescient” by The New York Times.
Cheryl’s latest book, Time’s Undoing, a crime novel based on her family’s personal tragedy, is an Indie Next pick, an Amazon Best Book of March, and Amazon Editors Pick for Best Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense.
Formerly of Detroit, Head’s books are included in the Special Collections of the Library of Michigan, and the Detroit Public Library’s African-American Books list. She is Vice Chair of the Bouchercon Board of Directors. Cheryl lives in Washington, DC with her partner, and canine supervisors: Abby and Frisby.
Cheryl’s Website

Brenda Buchanan

Brenda Buchanan’s crime fiction reflects her experience as a journalist and lawyer. Her three-book Joe Gale mystery series—Quick Pivot, Cover Story and Truth Beat—feature a Maine newspaper reporter covering the crime and courts beat. Brenda’s short story, Means, Motive, and Opportunity, published two years ago in Bloodroot: Best New England Crime Stories, made the Other Distinguished Stories list in Best American Mystery and Suspense 2022.
Brenda’s Website