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COE Speaker Feb. 22
Public Library Comedy of Errors Book Club has invited Christian fiction
author Terrye Robins to speak at their monthly meeting to be
held on Thursday, February 22, 2007, at 6:30 p.m. The library is located
at 1223 Main St. and the public is invited to attend. After the
presentation, Terrye will be autographing copies of her new mystery
novel, Trouble in Paradise, which will be available there for purchase.
Hawaiian music, videos and treats will play a part in the festivities.
Trouble in Paradise begins in the charming town of Paradise, Oklahoma. Allison Kane is a third grade teacher by day and a sleuth by night. Her humdrum life is turned upside down when she becomes the obsession of an unscrupulous new neighbor. As she tries to unravel a puzzle that plagues her neighborhood, she is drawn deeper into the mans sordid secrets.
An unexpected door opens and for a time, Allie is whisked away to the sandy beaches and clear blue skies of Hawaii. While there, she meets many interesting people, visits spectacular sites and finds an unusual way to help local law enforcement.
Her quirky Great-aunt Edith adds spice to the story with her funny antics. Allies unique and loving family will warm your heart.
characters created by talented author, Terrye Robins, will delight you.
The Oklahoma hospitality and enchantment of Hawaii will leave you longing
for more. When you combine generous portions of suspense with dashes
of humor and add a sprinkling of romance, then youve got Trouble
Terrye Robins was born and raised in Oklahoma. She received numerous awards in music and writing while in high school. After graduation, she moved to Aiea, Hawaii, and worked in Honolulu. She served as a pianist and Sunday school teacher at a church in Kaneohe, a town on the windward side of the island of Oahu. After returning to the mainland, she married and had two sons.
Terrye obtained a Bachelors of Science degree in elementary education from Northeastern State University and taught school for several years. After leaving the classroom, she continued to share her love of books with others by opening a childrens bookstore.
She enjoys reading, walking, playing the piano and organ and spending time with her family and friends. She resides in northeastern Oklahoma and is currently working on the second book in the series, Revenge in Paradise.
For more information, please call the Collinsville Public Library at (918) 596-2840. If you cant attend, please visit Terryes web site at www.terryerobins.com, or visit Tulsa area bookstores to find out more about her and the book.
Gray, Tulsa County OSU Extension Horticulturist will offer three workshops
on gardening. Sue is a seasoned gardener and has many fresh
ideas based on years of practical experience. The workshops will take
place at the Collinsville Library, 1223 W. Main.