Sat, 06/01/2013 - 2:00pm


  • Bordentown
Program Room

Local Mystery Author, Michele Lynn Seigfried will be discussing her debut novel, Red Tape, at the Bordentown Library, 18 East Union Street, Bordentown, on Saturday, June 1, 2013 at 2:00 p.m.

Red Tape is a tale about a single mom, Chelsey Alton, who is trying to balance her family and career when things start to go haywire at her job in a quirky little town named Sunshine, located at the Jersey shore. She encounters an irate resident, corruption in the government, and destruction caused by Hurricane Sandy. When Chelsey starts to figure out the truth behind the mayhem, she finds herself framed for a crime she did not commit. She narrowly escapes several attempts at her demise, only to find herself in a much more precarious situation.

Shweta Shankar for Readers' Favorite says, “The author's style is fast and riveting and holds the reader's interest throughout the book. The plot develops well, building up the suspense until the reader is hooked! It is a gripping, gritty novel that leads the reader through a maze of events and emotions, electrifying drama in one page to love and compassion in the next! This book is a compelling page turner.”

Red Tape is available at the library as well as eBook retailers.

Michele Lynn Seigfried is an author and public speaker who was born and raised in New Jersey. In her debut novel, Red Tape, she draws from her personal expertise in the area of municipal government, in which she has served for over 15 years. She holds state and international certifications in the areas of municipal clerk and vital statistics. She lives in Bordentown, New Jersey with her husband and daughter. Connect with her on twitter @micheleseig and Facebook





  • Adult
  • Teen

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