Praise for Brooklyn Bones... As full of local color as a bagel with a schmear. -Rosemary Harris author of Dead Head Brooklyn native Erica Donato just wants to focus on her PhD research. But when her teenage daughter Chris finds a skeleton behind a wall in their crumbling Park Slope home, they are both touched and disturbed by the mysterious tragedy. Investigating, they return to her neighborhood in its edgy, pre-gentrification days, when the age of Aquarius was turning dark. A cranky retired reporter shares old files. The charming widow of a slumlord has some surprises. The crazy old lady who hangs around Erica's street keeps trying to tell her something.... Triss Stein has spent most of her adult life in New York City. Brooklyn Bones is the first in a new series about Brooklyn life, history, and crime. Triss is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime.
Triss Stein is a small -town girl who has spent most of her adult life living and working in New York city. This gives her the useful double vision of a stranger and a resident for writing mysteries about her ever-fascinating adopted home. Brooklyn Bones is the first in a new series about everyday Brooklyn life, Brooklyn history and Brooklyn crime. She is the author of two earlier mysteries, Murder at the Class Reunion and Digging Up Death, is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters in Crime, and managed the recent Sisters in Crime research study on mystery readers.