Camille Minichino is a retired physicist turned writer.
As Camille Minichino she’s published eight novels in the periodic table mystery series, set in her hometown of Revere, Massachusetts, featuring protagonist Gloria Lamerino. The series continues in short stories on Kindle and smashwords.com.
As Margaret Grace, she’s published six novels in the miniature mystery series, based on her lifelong hobby. The series is set in fictional Lincoln Point, California featuring miniaturist, Geraldine Porter and her 11-year-old granddaughter, Maddie. It’s Miss Marple meets Nancy Drew! The seventh, Madness in Miniature is underway.
As Ada Madison, she had released a new series, academic mysteries featuring Professor Sophie Knowles, math teacher at fictional Henley College in Massachusetts. The first chapter of book three, A Function of Murder, is on her website, at http://www.minichino.com
As you can see, Camille is turning every phase of her life into a mystery series. She has also published articles for popular magazines, most recently, Dollhouse Miniatures. She teaches writing workshops in and around the Bay Area. A full schedule of classes is on her website.
Camille received her Ph.D. in physics from Fordham University, New York City. She is currently on the faculty of Golden Gate University, San Francisco and on the staff of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. Camille is on the boards of the California Writers Club Mt. Diablo Branch and NorCal Sisters in Crime. She’s a member of NorCal Mystery Writers of America and SF Romance Writers of America.