Posts tagged with the keyword: ‘mysteries’


Sue Grafton In Conversation

Sue Grafton In Conversation
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One mystery writer, a local, in conversation with one mystery writer who’s PI lives in a town that “looks” surprisingly like a neighbor up north, Santa Barbara. Bestselling author Sue Grafton comes to Vroman’s via All Saints Church on August 27, and partakes in conversation with local mystery writer Denise Hamilton. Sue Grafton is the […]

Sisters in Crime: Being a Hybrid

Sisters in Crime: Being a Hybrid

Mystery elicits passion. Mysteries elicit fervent fans and readers. Sisters in Crime L. A. is a chapter of an international organization. Sisters in Crime is a group of women passionate about the mystery genre—authors, agents, booksellers, librarians, publishers, and readers. On July 12th, mystery, thriller, and paranormal author Jeri Westerson will speak about her experience […]

A Woman in White

A Woman in White

When a mystery reader has a Brit fetish and has gorged on P.D. James, Ian Rankin, Reginald Hill, Ruth Rendell, Minette Walters, Sarah Waters, and Martha Grimes (just to name a few), where does she go next? Back to the beginning. The Woman in White by Wilkie Collins was published in 1859 and is considered […]

Book ‘Em Mysteries

Book ‘Em Mysteries

If you can’t get enough of Inspector Dagliesh or Kinsey Millhone – and what murder-mystery buff can? – you’ll want to haunt Book ’Em, which carries new and used murder mysteries, detective novels and crime fiction. It’s quite a bright and cheerful place for such dark subject matter, and the staff members are not at […]

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