Yoga Instructor turned Mystery Novelist visiting PLU’s Garfield Book Co.

Posted by: Date: January 15, 2015 In: , ,
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By Zach Powers
PLU Marketing & Communications

TACOMA, WA (Jan. 15, 2015)— The Garfield Book Company at Pacific Lutheran University will host Seattle-based novelist Tracy Weber on Friday, Feb 6, at 6 p.m. 

Weber will read from her new novel, A Killer Retreat, the second installment of her award-winning Downward Dog Mystery series about a murder-solving, vegetarian yoga teacher, Kate, and her feisty German Shepherd . Weber will lead a yoga class for PLU students and others following the reading.

killerCover768pxA Killer Retreat finds Kate teaching yoga at a vegan retreat center when a wedding guest at the center is found dead shortly after a loud and public fight with Kate. Kate must try to solve the murder before the police put her behind bars as their number-one suspect.

“Weber’s vegan yoga teacher is a bright, curious sleuth with a passion for dogs,” said Krista Davis, New York Times bestselling author of the Domestic Diva and Paws and Claws mysteries. “A well-crafted whodunit with an intriguing mystery and a zinger of a twist at the end!” 

Weber is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, The Pacific Northwest Writers Association and the Dog Writers Association of America.

Weber’s first-time visit to PLU will be the only Pierce County stop on a ten-city tour of Washington state.