Meet “Detective Pancake”

“I was inspired to write a book ever since my days at IUP when Dr Kupetz was a teacher there,” Tracy Searight Dibert ’94 said, holding her just-published children’s book Detective Pancake.

Tracy Searight Dibert

Tracy is a teacher at Salem Crossroads in Delmont, Pa., where she lives with her husband, Kevin Dibert ’93. 

“We actually met at Wallace Hall,” Tracy said. “We broke up, and I married someone else. We found each in 2005—twelve years later! Long story short, Kevin and I married on June 6, 2009.”

Detective Pancake

Detective Pancake can be found at Author House and at the Delmont Library. By the end of February 2010, it will also be available at Barnes and Noble and at Amazon.com.

“This is the first of three books I will publish this year,” Tracy said. “My second is called The Sister that Won't Stop Talking, and the third is The Sister Who Knows it All.”

Find out more at the Detective Pancake website and also on the Detective Pancake page on Facebook.

(January 2010)