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Camille Minichino

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aka Margaret Grace, Elizabeth Logan, Ada Madison

Camille Minichino received her Ph.D. in physics from Fordham University, New York City in 1968. She has had a long career in research, teaching, and writing. 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 Board of the California Writers Club.

Genres: Cozy Mystery
   Six Scattered Stories (2015) (with Margaret Hamilton)
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