Local author Michael Bradley to speak at library

It will be Michael Bradley’s first visit to Mullica Hill branch

Michael Bradley

Mystery author Michael Bradley will discuss his newest book, “None Without Sin,” on Wednesday, March 22, as part of the Mullica Hill library’s Meet the Local Author series.

I heard about him through a patron that knows him,” said Adult Services Librarian Debbie Drachman. “This is the first time he will be at the Gloucester County Library. There is no cost to register and no deadline. We hope to include him in another event, a Mystery Writers Forum, in the coming months.”

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“None Without Sin” tells the story of journalist Brian Wilder, who investigates the murder of a Delaware real estate mogul found with a mysterious loaf of bread beside his body. He is eventually joined by Rev. Candice Miller, who is called in to help the dead man’s grieving family.

The story becomes one of deception and blackmail as more bodies pile up.

Bradley is also the author of the books “Follow You Down,” “Sirens in the Night” and “Dead Air,” which won both the 2020 Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Award and IBPA Benjamin Franklin Award, according to the author’s website. Bradley will also talk about how he keeps readers interested.

The author was born and raised in South Jersey and worked as a disc jockey in the state and in West Virginia for eight years. After deciding he needed a career change, Bradley became a consultant in the information technology industry.

He is a member of the Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers, Sisters in Crime and Pennwriters.” his website notes. Bradley lives in Delaware with his wife and their two furry four-legged “kids,” Preaya and Willie.”

The library discussion will take place between 7 and 8:30 p.m. Registration is required at the Gloucester County Library System’s (GCLS) website. Information should include name, email and phone number. Groups must have each member register separately.

For questions about Bradley’s talk, contact Drachman at ddrachman@gcls.org or by calling (856) 223-6042.

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