“Independence Day Plague” Author Carla Lee Suson on “A Look at the Arts with Tom Lounges”
This segment of “A Look at the Arts with Tom Lounges” with Northwest Indiana novelist CARLA LEE SUSON originally aired on Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
On this installment of “A Look at the Arts with Tom Lounges” Northwest Indiana novelist CARLA LEE SUSON guest to chat about her latest book “Independence Day Plague,” a dramatic political and scientific thriller about biological warfare, a massive government cover-up and a terrorist vigilante threatening over a million innocent people attending the Independence Day parade in Washington, D.C.
Transplanted Texas author Carla Lee Suson who now lives in Crown Point utilized her education as a molecular biologist and former hospital worker to base her fictional tale on scientific fact. “This could happen…,” said Suson of her story about a desperate and vengeful former government worker.
Ms. Suson is one of many regional authors taking part in the Valparaiso Public Library’s “Meet The Authors” event on Thursday, April 17th from 6:30 to 8pm Central.