Friday, July 27, 2012

Ann Littlewood Zoo Mysteries: Lit Salon August 2

Are you fascinated by wild animals?
Ever wonder what it would be like to work at a zoo?
Do you enjoy a mystery with unusual characters and a a good puzzle?

Then join Mystery Readers NorCal in Berkeley on Thursday, August 2 at 2 p.m. for a Literary Salon with Ann Littlewood, author of Endangered, the third in the Zoo Mystery series.
... where not all the characters are Homo sapiens
... where an animal's behavior can provide a crucial clue
... and where "the inside scoop" is not a metaphor.


Where: Berkeley, CA (Comment below to RSVP and for directions)
Potluck Sweets or Savories

Ann Littlewood was a zoo keeper in Portland, Oregon for twelve years. She raised lions and cougars, an orangutan; and native mammals, as well as parrots, penguins, and a multitude of owls. The financial realities of raising primates (two boys of her own) led Ann to exchange a hose and rubber boots for a briefcase and pantsuit in the health care industry. Ann has maintained her membership in the American Association of Zookeepers and has kept in touch with the zoo world by visiting zoos and through friendships with zoo staffers.

1 comment:

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Well, I hope it will be great event for the people who love animals.