Our History Influences & Inspires Us
"After a career as an entrepreneur and writer of nonfiction books, Marcia G. Rosen took on the pen name
M. Glenda Rosen to begin a career as a mystery author. The program delves into her experience of growing up with a father who was a gangster and the history of Jewish organized crime in America. Growing up with a father involved in organized crime inspired Rosen's fascination with crime and love for all things mysterious. Rosen's interest in crime was the catalyst for her creation of the book series The Senior Sleuths,
which features a criminal character modeled on her own father."
-Walter Ryce, Monterey County Weekly
About the Author
Marcia Rosen (aka M. Glenda Rosen), award winning author of eleven books
including The Senior Sleuths and Dying To Be Beautiful Mystery Series and The Gourmet Gangster: Mysteries and Menus (Menus by her son Jory Rosen). She is also author of The Woman’s Business Therapist and award winning My Memoir Workbook. For 25 years she was owner of a successful national marketing and public relations agency.
Marcia has frequently been a speaker and/or program moderator at organization meetings and conferences, bookstores, libraries and Zoom Programs. Topics she has taught and presented over the past twenty years include: Encouraging the Writer Within You, Marketing for Authors, Writing Mysteries…Not A Mystery, Writing Your Memoir and recently “Anatomy of Writing A Murder.” Many articles on these topics have been published on mystery reader blogs and in newsletters and magazines including “Mystery Scene Magazine” and “Mystery Reader International Journal.”
She is a member of Sisters in Crime National and New Mexico (Croak & Dagger), Southwest Writers, New Mexico Book Association, Women Writing the West, Public Safety Writer’s Association, and National Association of Independent Writers and Editors—for which she is also a board member.
“Agatha, Raymond, Sherlock, and Me Mystery: Murder At The Zoo” will be published by Artemesia Publishing, March 2023.
“Marcia Rosen's new book is hard to put down! The characters are engaging and you enjoy getting to know them as you read this mystery. I enjoyed discovering the world and people in Murder at the Zoo and can't wait to read more from this author!”
National Steinbeck Center
When she was a young girl, Miranda Scott read dozens of mystery books by authors such as Agatha Christie and Raymond Chandler, and she loved characters like Sherlock Holmes. Then she began hearing their voices in her head, suggesting what she should and should not do. After a body is tossed into the lions’ habitat at the Zoo where she is the senior veterinarian, Miranda and Detective Bryan Anderson find themselves investigating several murders and dealing with a group of bad guys, while gangster friends of her father’s are trying to protect her. Plus, Miranda and Bryan alternate between flirting and fighting off romantic feelings. Murder seems to keep getting in their way!
“A delightful and charming new series filled with twists and turns, unexpected events and wonderful characters including several dead authors!”
Elizabeth Cooke, Author of 20 books.