Meet Cathi Stoler, author of Nick of Time: A Nick Donahue Adventure
Whether she’s writing mystery and suspense, or award-winning ad campaigns commissioned by clients to die for, Cathi Stoler’s confident prose is both potent and spiced with humor. A native New Yorker, Cathi’s phenomenal energy has carried her across continents in real life and in the novels she crafts. She has breathed life into an increasingly large cast of fictional characters, and enjoys a loving family of her own.
Cathi’s mysteries feature PI Helen McCorkendale and magazine editor, Laurel Imperiole. Telling Lies, published by Camel Press, is the first in the series and takes on the subject of stolen Nazi art. Keeping Secrets, the second Laurel and Helen New York Mystery, delves into the subject of hidden identity. The Hard Way, a story of International diamond theft, will follow. Stoler’s short stories include: “Magda,” in the Criminal Element Anthology Malfeasance Occasional: Girl Trouble, “Out of Luck,” in the Anthology, Murder New York Style: Fresh Slices, “Fatal Flaw,” a finalist for the Derringer for Best Short Story and “Money Never Sleeps,” both published at Beat to A Pulp.
Cathi is also working on a new series, Bar None, a Murder On The Rocks Mystery, with female bar owner, Jude Dillane. She is a member of the New York/Tri State chapter of Sisters In Crim, and Mystery Writers of America
You can find Cathi on Facebook and at her website www.cathistoler.com. You can also find her at Goodreads, and her author page at Amazon. Find reader reviews at her Nick of Time book page on Amazon. Cathi blogs at Women of Mystery.