Ted Haynes presents
Suspects: A Northwest Murder Mystery
Friday July 14th at 6 pm
Suspects is a lively murder mystery that takes place in our very own Central Oregon. The main character, Dan, is living his simple but happy life as an athlete in the rugged high desert, when his life is disrupted by a beautiful artist-- it is disrupted further when that artist's husband is found murdered. Suddenly Dan's once peaceful life is filled with chaos as he finds himself as one of the prime suspects for a grisly murder. With an addictive narrative, Haynes leads you through an investigation of Dan and the other suspects-- this is a mystery that will keep you guessing until the end. Add that to the fact that it takes place in a beautiful and familiar setting, and you have a must-read.
Ted Haynes is the published author of two novels, a history, and a collection of short stories. He has studied fiction writing with Nancy Packer and Hillary Jordan at Stanford and with Tom Parker and Donna Levin at UC Berkeley. Ted serves on the board of the Waterston Desert Writing Prize and is a member of Mystery Writers of America, the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association, and the Central Oregon Writers Guild. He lives in Central Oregon in the summer and on the San Francisco peninsula in the winter.