About this event
The brewery doors open at 6:30pm. Come enjoy an award winning beer made right in the heart of Powell. Snacks will be available for purchase.
Purchase your books before the event at local retailers, on-site at Beanbag Books in Delaware or Birdie Books in Westerville will deliver free to Delaware and Franklin counties. Bring your books with you for author signing at the end of the event. Books will also be available for purchase on-site.
Connie Berry is the author of the Kate Hamilton Mysteries, set in the UK and featuring an American antiques dealer with a gift for solving crimes. Like her protagonist, Connie was raised by antiques dealers who instilled in her a passion for history, fine art, and travel. In 2019 Connie won the IPPY Gold Medal for Mystery and was a finalist for the Agatha Award’s Best Debut. Besides reading and writing mysteries, Connie loves history, foreign travel, cute animals, and all things British. She lives in Liberty Township with her husband and adorable Shih Tzu ,Emmie.
Andrew Welsh-Huggins is an Associated Press reporter and author of seven novels featuring a former Ohio State and Cleveland Browns quarterback turned private investigator, including his new book, An Empty Grave. His short mystery fiction has appeared in “Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine,” “Mystery Weekly” and “Mystery Tribune,” and he edited the 2020 anthology Columbus Noir. Andrew is also the author of two nonfiction books, No Winners Here Tonight, the definitive history of the death penalty in Ohio, and Hatred At Home, about one of the country’s first post-9/11 domestic terrorism investigations.
Robin Yocum is known for his fiction set in the Ohio River Valley. His most recent novel, The Sacrifice of Lester Yates, was released in April of 2021. His 2011 novel, Favorite Sons, was named Book of the Year for Mystery/Suspense by USA Book News. A Brilliant Death was a Barnes & Noble No. 1 bestseller and a finalist for both the 2017 Edgar Award and the Silver Falchion Award for best adult mystery. He also has written two works of non-fiction: Dead Before Deadline . . . and Other Tales from the Police Beat; and Insured for Murder. Yocum worked at the Columbus Dispatch for 11 years. He grew up in the Ohio River village of Brilliant, Ohio.
Building a Literary Community!
Formed in 2007, the Friends of the Delaware County District Library is a non-profit organization that supports the mission, services and needs of the Delaware County District Library (DCDL). We attempt to focus public attention on the DCDL and its many contributions to the Delaware County community.
The Friends raise funds through our volunteer service by hosting book sales, author visits and children’s events and through membership dues and donations. In 2019, we awarded over $30,000 in grants to the Delaware County District Library. DCDL grants help support the Summer Reading Club and other library initiatives.
Remember when you Join, Donate or Volunteer with the Friends you support all four DCDL branches: Delaware, Orange, Ostrander and Powell. We are always looking for volunteers to help with our Friends initiatives and activities.
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Organizer of Kate Quinn & Martha Hall Kelly Bestselling Historical Fiction Authors
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