Mystery & History at Kathy’s!

Join Kathy’s Corner Shop from 4-6pm for an October, Friday the 13th. There will be 3 Storytellers, Wine, and Cheese… Meet authors… David Healey, Bruce Mowday, and Judy Murray. Their works will be available for purchase.

100 S. Main St. North East, MD

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About David Healey, Author

David Healey’s novels and nonfiction books have been published by Jove Books (Penguin Putnam), the Agatha Award-winning Bella Rosa Books, and The History Press. He worked for 21 years as a newspaper reporter and editor, and won awards in feature writing and editorial writing from the Maryland-Delaware-D.C. Press Association and Suburban Newspaper Association. He has written freelance articles for many newspapers and magazines, including The Washington Times, American History, Blue & Gray, Running Times, Chesapeake Bay Magazine, Out & About, and Delmarva Quarterly. He is on the board of the Eastern Shore Writers’ Association, an organization that promotes writers and writing on the Delmarva Peninsula. He is also an author member of the International Thriller Writers and a contributing editor for the ITW’s The Big Thrill magazine magazine. He is a frequent speaker on regional history and writing topics. In 2011 he was recognized as a Chaney Visiting Scholar by St. Mary’s College of Maryland. A graduate of Washington College and the Stonecoast MFA program at the University of Southern Maine, he is now a full-time faculty member at an online university.

About Bruce Mowday, Author

Bruce Mowday is an award-winning journalist who was given the Local Author Hero Award by the West Chester, Pennsylvania, library during its 2008 Literacy Heroes event at Longwood Gardens. Bruce is also listed on the author’s mural at the Chester County Library, Exton. Bruce has authored books on history, true crime, sports and business. Mowday gives talks on his books and also offers help to other authors on publishing issues. For more information, see

About Judy Murray, Author

Judy Murray is a real estate broker with a not-so-secret passion for deals, divas, and danger. Her passion for mysteries began with smart girls like Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden, grew deeper with not-to-be-ignored women like Miss Marple and Nora Charles, and finally evolved into her own gutsy heroine – Helen Morrisey. Judy incorporates her extensive knowledge of all things real estate with a passion for the Chesapeake Bay where she now lives at Buoy Two with her husband, fellow real estate agent, and landscape architect John. Their daughter Meghan is a beauty and home design expert and her twin brother John is an attorney working in law enforcement.