STAMFORD, Conn. – Two local authors will discuss their latest mystery novels on Thursday at The Ferguson Library in Stamford.
Mark Rubinstein, author of "Love Gone Mad," who brings to his novels his three decades as a forensic scientist, and Dot Hayes, author of "Murder at the P&Z," who started her writing career as a reporter, will visit the library's new materials room at 6 p.m.
Rubinstein, a board certified psychiatrist, sets his latest novel in a New England hospital where surgeon Adrian Davis and nurse Megan Haggarty fall in love. Their affair turns into a nightmare after Haggarty’s brilliant and deranged ex-husband tries to kill them both. This tale of obsessive love and insanity speeds to an inevitable conclusion that swerves into an unexpected twist at the end.
Hayes brings her experience as a reporter covering municipal meetings to her tale of a journalist for a small-town newspaper who scratches the surface of a planning and zoning meeting and uncovers a murder in her midst. When writing a story no longer seems enough, she vows to find the culprit.
The event is being supported by the Friends of The Ferguson Library.
Call 203-351-8231 for more information.