By Kristen Miller
DASSEL, MN Minnesota mystery novelist and freelance news producer Julie Kramer will visit the Dassel Public Library Saturday, May 15 at 3 p.m. to discuss her work as an author.
Kramer has been compared to fellow mystery novelist Janet Evanovich by the Chicago Tribune, and was said to “have what it takes to keep readers turning pages,” by author Tami Haog.
She has written two books, “Stalking Susan” and “Missing Mark,” and will be releasing her third, “Silencing Sam,” in June.
Aside from being an author, Kramer, who lives in White Bear Lake, is also a freelance news producer for NBC’s “Today Show,” “Nightly News,” and “Dateline.”
Before going national, Kramer was an award-winning investigative producer for WCCO-TV.
In 2009, Kramer won the Minnesota Book Award for “Stalking Susan,” which takes readers inside the world of television news with a TV reporter as the book’s heroine.
This event is sponsored by Minnesota’s Clean Water, Land and Legacy Amendment funds and is coordinated by Pioneerland and Plum Creek library systems.