An Introduction to Mystery and Suspense Writing with Andrew McAleer
Presented by Lexington Community Education
September 17 - October 1, 2013
Join local author, Andrew McAleer, for this three evening class meeting from 7-8:30pm on September 17, September 24 and October 1 at Lexington High School.
Master detectives like Sherlock Holmes, Miss Marple, Faith Fairchild, and their illustrious colleagues, Poirot, Spenser, and Brady Coyne, elevate crime literature to a true art form and ignite our sense of intrigue and imagination. Students will become familiar with most forms of detective fiction and will learn how to write and construct the mystery-suspense story. Materials fee of $10 per person payable to instructor at first class.
Mr. McAleer is the author of of numerous books including the 101 Habits of Highly Successful Novelists, Mystery Writing in a Nutshell and Fatal Deeds. He teaches crime fiction at Boston College and works as a prosecutor.
The cost of this class is $50/$38 for seniors over the age of 65. Pre-registration is required, using a MasterCard or VISA, by contacting Lexington Community Education at 781 862 8043.