Eleanor Taylor Bland Award

Applications are being accepted for the 2018 Eleanor Taylor Bland Award — an annual grant of $1,500 for an emerging writer of color! Deadline for applications is June 15, 2018. For more information, please visit Sisters in Crime  at http://www.sistersincrime.org/etb.

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Appearances: Becky Clark and Sue Hinkin

An Evening of Mystery at Tattered Cover — Aspen Grove
April 20, 2018 at 7 pm

Author Sue Hinkin will discuss and sign her debut mystery novel Deadly Focus ($17.99 Literary Wanderlust), the first book in her upcoming Vega and Middleton series.

Lucy Vega’s uncle, a formidable Hispanic businessman, is killed in a car accident. Lucy and her colleague Beatrice Middleton are out to prove murder. Lucy discovers secret underworld involvement by Mexican cartel members, and bent on finding answers, they travel to Mexico.

 

 

Becky Clark, author of multiple mystery novels, will discuss and sign Fiction Can Be Murder ($15.99 Midnight Ink). Mystery author Charlemagne “Charlee” Russo thought the twisty plots and peculiar murders in her books were only the products of her imagination. That is, until her agent is found dead exactly as described in her new, unpublished manuscript.

For more information, please see the Tattered Cover calendar.

Event: April Book Club

The Sisters in Crime-CO Book Club April reads include Fiction Can Be Murder by  Becky Clark (Parker/South Denver), Blood on the Tracks by Barbara Nickless (Northern Colorado) and The Inheritance by Rhonda Blackhurst (Brighton/Denver).

Free and open to the public. Just read the book of the month and come ready to chat with the author and other readers!

RSVP at the website or at our Meetup page. For more information, including specific dates, times, and locations, please visit https://sistersincrimecolorado.org/book-club/.

Hope you can join us, and bring your friends!

Event: March Book Club

The Sisters in Crime-CO Book Club March reads include Trafficked: A Mex Anderson Novel by Peg Brantley (Parker/South Denver) and The Semester of Our Discontent by Cynthia Kuhn (Northern Colorado). The next Brighton/Denver meeting will be in April.

Free and open to the public. Just read the book of the month and come ready to chat with the author and other readers!

RSVP at the website or at our Meetup page. For more information, including specific dates, times, and locations, please visit https://sistersincrimecolorado.org/book-club/.

Hope you can join us, and bring your friends!

Appearances: ALA

Sisters in Crime-Colorado will have a booth in the Exhibit Hall at the American Library Association Midwinter Meeting and Exhibits, February 9-12, 2018. Come on by and say hello…

Shifts Authors
Friday 2/9 5:30-7 Becky Clark, Cynthia Kuhn, Peg Brantley
Saturday 2/10 9-11 Leeann Betts, Fleur Bradley
Saturday 2/10 11-1 Elizabeth Richards,  Theresa Crater
Saturday 2/10 1-3 Rhonda Blackhurst, Naomi Hirahara
Saturday 2/10 3-5 Karen (K.L.) Docter, Margaret Mizushima, Terrie Wolf
Sunday 2/11 9-11 Catherine Dilts, Sue Hinkin, Cordia Booth
Sunday 2/11 11-1 Jennifer Kincheloe, Nora Page
Sunday 2/11 1-3 Chris Goff,  Mary Birk
Sunday 2/11 3-5 Ann Dominguez, Shawn McGuire
Monday 2/12 9-11:30 Rosemary Berry,  Sandra Murphy
Monday 2/12 11:30-2 Karen Whalen,  Francelia Belton

Event: February Book Club

The Sisters in Crime-CO Book Club February reads include The Semester of Our Discontent by Cynthia Kuhn (Parker/South Denver), Family Secrets: A Whispering Pines Mystery by Shawn McGuire (Brighton/Denver ),  and Hunting Hour by Margaret Mizushima (Northern Colorado).

Free and open to the public. Just read the book of the month and come ready to chat with the author and other readers!

RSVP at the website or at our Meetup page. For more information, including specific dates, times, and locations, please visit https://sistersincrimecolorado.org/book-club/.

Hope you can join us, and bring your friends!