Ellen Crosby

Hear former journalist Ellen Crosby (Washington Post, ABC News) talk about writing two mystery series and publishing in today’s electronic world at the home of long-time The Food Depot volunteer Cathy Brannon. Ellen’s new book Dodge and Burn — her 17th mystery novel — will be released May 7, and you can not only meet her, but also receive a signed and personalized copy of her new novel book! Give a gift of $30 to The Food Depot through the form below to attend the event. All proceeds will support the work of Northern New Mexico’s food bank. Your gift is not tax-deductible and covers your entrance to the event and signed novel.

Learn more about Ellen Crosby and Dodge and Burn on her website. 

About Ellen Crosby

ELLEN CROSBY is the author of the Sophie Medina mysteries, the Virginia wine country mystery series, and MOSCOW NIGHTS, a standalone mystery. Her most recent book, DODGE & BURN is the 4th Sophie Medina mystery. Her books have been nominated for the Mary Higgins Clark Award and the Library of Virginia People’s Choice Award; THE FRENCH PARADOX was chosen as one of The Strand Magazine’s Top 20 Mysteries of 2021. Previously she worked as a freelance reporter for The Washington Post, Moscow correspondent for ABC Radio News, and as an economist at the U.S. Senate.