Seattle mystery writer Bernadette Pajer will read from her latest book, The Edison Effect: a Professor Bradshaw Mystery at the Fremont Library on Tuesday October 14th at 6:30 p.m. Books will be available for purchase and signing.
The Edison Effect: a Professor Bradshaw Mystery is the fourth book in the series of University of Washington Professor Bradshaw mysteries set in early 20th Century Seattle.
In three earlier books, University of Washington electrical engineering professor Benjamin Bradshaw has established a reputation for solving mysteries involving the science of electricity. Now, Thomas Edison has come to Seattle trying to discover a mysterious and dangerous invention that was lost years earlier in Elliott Bay. When an electrician at the Bon Marché department store is found dead clutching a string of one of Edison’s new Christmas lights, Professor Bradshaw is reluctantly drawn into helping solve the murder. Continue reading “Seattle Author Bernadette Pajer Reads at Fremont Library”
The Emerald City is in a streak of several days of sunny weather. There’s excitement in the voices of the television and radio weather people as they say “no precipitation in the forecast for the next few days, actually many days!” Another barometer is the warmer-than-warm feeling when one opens the door of a car that’s been parked for awhile during the day or gets on a bus that has “not so great” air conditioning. Yet, the best are the smiles of people walking around Seattle in mid-to-late July. I am a weather freak so am thrilled to share some of my favorite daily sites for information, along with some books of equal excitement. Continue reading “… good ol’ summer time in Seattle!”