Novelist Libby Fischer Hellmann Presents Her New Novel: “DoubleBlind”
On Tuesday, April 12th at 6:30 PM, The Book Stall is delighted to present Libby Fischer Hellmann (High Crimes) as she introduces the latest novel in her Chicago-based Georgia Davis PI series, DoubleBlind. This live program is recommended for mystery and thriller fans and is free and open to the public.
About the Book: With little work during the pandemic, Chicago PI Georgia Davis agrees to help the best friend of fellow sleuth, Ellie Foreman. Susan Siler’s aunt died suddenly after her Covid booster, and Susan’s distraught mother wants the death investigated. However, Georgia’s investigation is interrupted by a family trip to Nauvoo, Illinois, the one-time Mormon heartland. It’s there that her life unexpectedly intersects with the runaway spouse of a Mormon Fundamentalist. Back in Evanston, after Georgia is almost killed by a hit and run driver, she discovers that she and the escaped woman look remarkably alike. Is someone trying to kill Georgia because of her death investigation? Or is it a case of mistaken identity? And how can Georgia find her doppelganger before whoever wants them both dead tries again?
The Chicago Tribune says of the series, “There’s a new no-nonsense female private detective in town: Georgia Davis, a former cop who is tough and smart enough to give even the legendary V.I. Warshawski a run for her money.”
About the Author: Libby Fischer Hellmann writes compulsively readable thrillers. With seventeen novels and twenty-five short stories published, she has also written suspense mysteries, historicals, PI novels, amateur sleuth, police procedurals, and even a cozy mystery. She is a transplant from Washington, D.C., and has lived in the Chicago area since 1978. In 1985 she founded Fischer Hellmann Communications. When not writing, she conducts speaker training programs in presentation skills, media training, and crisis communications. Learn much more about Libby and her work at libbyhellmann.com.