Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Author Spotlight- Jean Flowers/ Camille Minichino

This weeks spotlight goes out to Jean Flowers (a.k.a. Camille Minichino) Jean is the author of a brand new series Death Takes Priority( A Postmistress mystery series)

Camille received her Ph.D. in physics from Fordham University, New York City. She is currently on the faculty of Golden Gate University, San Francisco and teaches writing throughout the Bay Area. Camille is Past President and a member of NorCal Mystery Writers of America, NorCal Sisters in Crime, and the California Writers Club.

Camille has published over 20 novels and many short stories and nonfiction articles.
As Camille Minichino, she's published Periodic Table Mysteries, featuring retired physicist GLORIA LAMERINO.

As Margaret Grace, she writes the Miniature Mysteries, featuring miniaturist GERALDINE PORTER and her 11-year-old granddaughter, Maddie. The 8th in the series, MANHATTAN IN MINIATURE will be released in April 2015.
As Ada Madison, she's published the Professor Sophie Knowles Mysteries, featuring college professor SOPHIE KNOWLES.
As Jean Flowers, Camille is launching a new series, The Postmistress Mysteries. The first, DEATH TAKES PRIORITY, will debut in 2015.

A stand-alone, KILLER IN THE CLOISTER, is available on Kindle and CreateSpace.
The nonfiction book, HOW TO LIVE WITH AN ENGINEER, is available on Kindle and Createspace.


  1. I will be looking for this series. Sounds good!

  2. I've heard of this book but didn't know that it was written by Camille. Now that I know that, it makes me more likely to want to read the book. I like her Margaret Grace series and have some of them. I have the first one in hardcover (Mystery Guild exclusive). I also have a few of her Camille Minichino mysteries and one of her Ada Madison books.

  3. I didn't realize she had so many pseudonyms!


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