In April, Susan appeared at the The Black Box Theater & Morini Gallery in Mansfield, MA, for their program ALL ABOUT MYSTERIES. Susan and fellow mystery author Judy Copek talked about a wide range of subjects and took questions from an enthusiastic audience.
On May 4, Susan was featured on Many Books website. Missing, Book 6 in the Frank Renzi crime thriller series was featured. See cover at right.
In May Susan was featured in a Music & Mayhem blog post interview.
On Saturday, May 14, Susan appeared at the Methuen (MA) Public Library with other members of Sisters in Crime and spoke to readers about her books.
Natalie's Revenge, Book 3 in Susan's Frank Renzi
crime thriller series was honored when the
Feathered Quill Book Awards named
Best Mystery-Thriller of 2014
On April 12 Susan was a panelist at the
Popular Cultural Association Conference in Boston.
She and three other members of Sisters in Crime-New England
discussed their gritty crime novels on the Panel: Dirty Business
April 30, 2012
Susan introduced legendary Boston Symphony principal flutist Doriot Anthony Dwyer
at the Rochester Music Hall of Fame awards in Rochester, NY.
"Fifteen hundred people filled the Eastman Theatre for the first induction ceremony of the Rochester Music Hall of Fame. It was a historic event, filled with tears, laughter, stories, and most importantly, music. One highlight of the evening: Ninety year old flutist, Doriot Anthony Dwyer, gave a moving performance accompanied on piano by Cherry Tsang. Doriot was introduced by Susan Fleet, a music historian and musician, who helped us understand the barriers that Doriot broke down by her sheer talent and determination. There were few dry eyes in the audience after this induction." -- Rochester Music Awards website
On October 4, Natalie's Revenge was the
October 24 Susan's article
was featured on Angie's Diary
December 6, 2012
Susan signed books at NE Mobile Bookstore
in Newton Highlands, MA
with William Landay, author of the NY Times best-seller Defending Jacob.
Photo right: William Landay and Susan Fleet
On a snowy Sunday in February
Susan joined two other crime novelists for a panel at the Duxbury MA Free Library.
In the photo,
left to right:
Cyntia Riggs, Leslie Meier
and Susan Fleet
On April 4, 2011
Susan's article appeared on the
Dames of Dialogue website:
Susan went to Maine and spoke to some
enthusiastic fans about her
Frank Renzi crime thrillers
Photo right: Susan at the
Curtis Memorial Library
in Brunswick, Maine
In September 2011, DIVA, Book 2 in
Susan's Frank Renzi crime thriller series was published.
DIVA got terrific reviews on the
2008 -- 2010 EVENTS
ABSOLUTION named Best Mystery-Suspense-Thriller
2009 Premier Book Awards
A review of ABSOLUTION appeared in
The Attleboro Sun Chronicle.
Former LA Times movie critic Jan Herman reviewed Absolution on Arts Journal
Absolution was a featured book at the
2009 Louisiana Book Festival in Baton Rouge.
On July 2, 2010 Scott Nicholson interviewed Susan about ABSOLUTION on the Indie Books Blog
A feature article about Susan, "Forgotten Musicians Focus of Her Work," appeared in the New Orleans Times-Picayune
August 18, 2008
Susan spoke about her music career and why she began writing crime thrillers at the
Turner Free Library, Randolph, MA
Limoncello Book Club members had plenty of questions and comments for Susan about ABSOLUTION.
Susan spoke to the Baton Rouge chapter of RWA about ABSOLUTION.
Susan signed copies of ABSOLUTION
at Cafe du Monde in Metairie, LA
New Orleans 2009
William Faulkner Words & Music Conference
Panel: So You Want to be a Rock Star
Susan spoke about her experiences writing about music and musicians. Other panelist were author Tom Piazza; Michael Lang, producer of the Woodstock Festival; Holly George-Warren, biographer of Gene Autry.
Photo at right: Susan and Michael Lang
October 29, 2010
Susan delivered some Music & Mayhem
to the folks at the Marshfield, MA, Council on Aging Center.