Wilton's Elissa Grodin pens new mystery

- Jeannette Ross/Hearst Connecticut Media
— Jeannette Ross/Hearst Connecticut Media

Elissa Grodin signs a copy of her new book, A Handful of Worldiness, for Mary Ann Mendola of Wilton Library, with her granddaughter Geneva on her lap. Grodin held a book signing June 1, in Norwalk.
Her book is the third in a series of "cozy mysteries" featuring physics professor and amateur sleuth Edwina Goodman, who helps uncover the “sinister underbelly” of a home shopping network.
Grodin's previous books — Physics Can Be Fatal and Death by Hitchcock — also took place at an elite college in a picturesque New England town rocked by suspicious deaths.