Mary V. Welk to Appear at the Beverly Branch Library December 6th at 7:00 pm

Author Mary V. Welk will be reading and signing her holiday murder mystery, A Merry Little Murder, at the Beverly Branch Library located at 2121 W. 95th Street, Chicago, on Thursday evening, December 6th at 7:00 pm. The event is co-sponsored by Reading on Walden Bookstore your online community bookseller. The book is published by Echelon Press.

Lighting a Christmas tree at St. Anne’s Hospital results in a big bang! The question for police is who planted the bomb that wrecks havoc in the little town of Rhineburg? A frustrated employee fired by St. Anne’s despised administrator? A student terrorist from Bruck University? Or Caroline Rhodes, a nurse with a suspicious past who survived the explosion but refuses to discuss it? Tagged as a suspect by the FBI, Caroline must prove her innocence by unraveling a devilish plot devised to eliminate one man’s nemesis. Aided by history professor Carl Atwater, Caroline cuts through a maze of conflicting stories, red herrings, and downright lies to bring a killer to justice.

Mary V. Welk has drawn on her experience as an ER nurse to develop these unique characters. A native of Chicago, Mary is a member of Sisters in Crime. She has served on the Board of the Midwest Chapter of Mystery Writers of America and as a reviewer for Library Journal, Mystery Scene Magazine, and

This event is brought to you by Reading on Walden Bookstore and the Beverly Branch Library. Reading on Walden Bookstore has been your community bookstore since 1991. For information about this event or to reserve a copy of A Merry Little Murder, contact Reading on Walden Bookstore at 773-233-7633 or by e-mail at

Reading on Walden Bookstore
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Chicago, IL 60643
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