News: Montrose Regional Library Wins SinC Grant

Sisters in Crime-Colorado is pleased to announce that Montrose Regional Library has been awarded the Sisters in Crime “We Love Libraries” grant for November 2015.

Sisters in Crime

Susan Hartman, Tania Hajjar, and Sara Rinne

The organization is completing the sixth year of its “We Love Libraries” project, and has awarded $72,000 in grants. Libraries in the United States can enter the group’s monthly “We Love Libraries” drawing for the grant by submitting an entry form and a photo of one or more staff members with three books by Sisters in Crime authors in their collection.

“The Montrose Library has suffered cuts since 2009 that have affected our book budget,” says Tania Hajjar, Assistant Director for Adult and Public Services. “This generous grant will allow us to purchase more mysteries and other books to expand our collection.”

The members of Sisters in Crime-Colorado are very grateful to our local libraries for their incredible work and support. Congratulations to the Montrose Regional Library District for winning the We Love Libraries grant!

For details on the Montrose Regional Library, go to

New Release: The Readaholics and the Poirot Puzzle by Laura DiSilverio

The sPoirotecond installment in Laura DiSilverio’s best-selling Readaholics series is out TODAY. Find The Readaholics and the Poirot Puzzle at your favorite bookstore, or stop by her Facebook page ( for a chance to win a copy.




About the author:
Laura DiSilverio’s novel Swift Run was nominated as a finalist in the 2013 Colorado Book Awards. She has received starred reviews from Booklist, and Suspense Magazine named Die Buying as one of the top mysteries of 2011. Laura is a past-president of Sisters in Crime. She lives in Colorado Springs, Colorado, and can be found online at