*This event has been rescheduled from the original date of Sunday, January 16 and will now be taking place on Sunday, February 13 at 3:00 PM. All other details remain the same.*
Join Glenda Carroll at Books Inc. Opera Plaza in celebration of her gripping mystery-thriller, Dead Code.
Amateur sleuth Trisha Carson is being watched. By a laptop that tracks her online life. By a blue-eyed athlete who guides her through an open water swim. And by Frida, her smart refrigerator. What are they looking for? A determined Trisha hunts down her stalkers and stumbles across a grim plan that will echo throughout the West Coast.
If you want to find Glenda Carroll, she'll be in, on, or under water-and writing about it. She understands water sports on a very personal level since she swims, surfs and sails. Glenda was a long time sports columnist for the Marin Independent Journal, focusing on sailboat racing. During that time, she also wrote for local, national and international sailing publications. She branched into travel writing and her features have appeared in the San Francisco Chronicle, Travel & Leisure, Sail, Ford Times, Yacht Racing, Chevron USA, Defenders of Wildlife, and Bay & Delta Yachtsman. PacificWaverider.com, a surfing website, asked her to write a twice-weekly column, which she did for more than three years. She is the author of the Trisha Carson mysteries. They are set in the San Francisco Bay area, including Marin, the East Bay State Parks and, of course, San Francisco. Her books have a swimming undercurrent, based on her own experience. She has raced in more than 150 open water swim events in Northern California, as well as Hawaii and Perth, Australia. Glenda tutors first generation high school and college students in English. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime. She lives in San Rafael, CA with her dog, McCovey.