On February 23, 2013 at the Bestsellers Cafe in Medford, MA
Susan talked about music and mayhem!
The folks were eager to hear her talk about jazz pianist Lil Hardin
and former BSO principal flutist Doriot Anthony Dwyer.
Then she, of course, she talked about her mystery books!
On Wednesday, March 13, at 7 PM Susan will join two other
Sisters in Crime members for a mystery panel
at the Billerica Public Library, 15 Concord Road, Billerica, MA 01821.
The topic: “Using What You Know (And What You’d Like to Know) To Write A Mystery”
May 8, 2013 at 7 PM
Susan will be a panelist with other Sisters in Crime Authors
at the Lucius Beebe Public Library in Wakefield, MA
The topic? "It's a Mystery to Me!"
2012 Events and Reviews
On December 6, 2012 Susan was at
NE Mobile Bookstore in Newton Highlands, MA
to meet fans and sign books.
She was thrilled to have as her table mate
William Landay, author of the NY Times best-selling novel: Defending Jacob.
Photo right: William Landay and Susan Fleet
On November 29, 2012 Susan was the radio guest of Joan Cartwright
Executive Director of Women in Jazz South Florida
Susan had a great time talking about her music career,
her novels and her work as a music historian.
Critics love Natalie's Revenge
"The coolest detective in literature at the moment, Frank Renzi, [has] a new crime to solve. Natalie is a truly intelligent and seductive character. Renzi’s hunt and Natalie’s actions go beyond thrilling. This is one great author!”
--Amy Lignor, Feathered Quill Book Reviews, September 2012
"... an amazingly great read, fast paced, well written and extremely challenging to put down. This is one title you definitely want." -- Rebeccas Reads, September 2012
On April 30, 2012, Susan had the honor of introducing
legendary Boston Symphony princiapl flutist Doriot Anthony Dwyer
at the Rochester Music Hall of Fame awards ceremony
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 really 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.
On April 12, 2012 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
NEWS, REVIEWS, and INTERVIEWS
On September 20, 2011 Susan spoke at the
Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick, Maine
She had a great time telling the folks about her latest thriller, DIVA
and how she went from a career in music to writing thrillers.
She also gave a copy of her CD to Dottie for her upcoming birthday and
played Happy Birthday to Dottie on her trumpet!
On September 29, 2011, DIVA, Susan's second thriller got a great review
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