For our May 15 meeting, be sure to join us as we chat with Ohio author Steve Goble!
Update: To view the session, click this link and use the passcode 4S9Y%kMq. Please note, this will only be available for about a week.
Steve Goble is a mystery writer based in Ashland, Ohio. His first series, the Spider John mystery series, focuses on a reluctant pirate trying to solve murders in the cutthroat world of piracy. The first three novels, “The Bloody Black Flag,” “The Devil’s Wind” and “A Bottle of Rum,” are all still available, and the latest, “Pieces of Eight,” released in March.
Steve’s second series is a very different one, focusing on small-town detective Ed Runyon. This modern-day, hardboiled series features a detective in rural Ohio. The first novel, “City Problems,” releases in July. Best-selling author William Kent Krueger called it “an authentic, compelling story of a rural cop with a haunted past,” adding “the stunning, profane prose should be savored.”
Steve doesn’t confine his writing to mysteries, however. Other topics he writes about include beer, Godzilla, politics, James Bond, comic books, movies, music, zen, science, pop culture and just plain weird stuff.
He is a former journalist who now works for a digital investigations and cybersecurity firm.
For more information, follow Steve on Twitter @Steve_Goble or visit his website at https://stevegoblefiction.wordpress.com/.
Our meeting will be held via Zoom from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. May 15.