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…
|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
RT Book Reviews has named Hunting Hour (Crooked Lane Books) by Margaret Mizushima a 2017 RT Reviewers’ Choice Award nominee in the Mystery/Thriller/Suspense category.
For more information, please visit RT Book Reviews.
The 2018 Lefty Award nominees have been announced: The Woman in the Camphor Trunk by Jennifer Kincheloe (Seventh Street Books) has been nominated for Best Historical Mystery (Bruce Alexander Memorial) and The Art of Vanishing by Cynthia Kuhn (Henery Press) has been nominated for Best Humorous Mystery.
For more information, please visit Left Coast Crime.
Book Club will return in January!
January reads include The Baby Chronicles: Where You Were Before You Were by Beatrice Bruno (Parker/South Denver), The Star Family by Theresa Crater (Brighton/Denver), and Wishing Caswell Dead by Patricia Stoltey (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 dates and locations, please visit https://sistersincrimecolorado.org/book-club/.
Hope you can join us, and bring your friends!
Karen C. Whalen’s first book in the dinner club mystery series , Everything Bundt the Truth, tied for First Place in the Suspense Novel category of the 2017 IDA Contest. The IDA is sponsored by Oklahoma Romance Writers of America, but is open to all works of fiction in digital format.
We are thrilled to announce that Sisters in Crime-Colorado will be attending the American Library Association Midwinter Meeting in Denver, February 9-13, 2018. Chapter members will have the opportunity to participate at our exhibit booth. Information will be forthcoming as we get closer via chapter email loop–in the meantime, please save the date!
(Special thanks to Sisters in Crime national for your support.)