Did you miss James Sallis or Cara Black when they appeared at The Poisoned Pen? Marilyn Stasio reviews their latest books in Sunday’s New York Times, “The Latest and Best in Crime Fiction”. http://nyti.ms/28XtoVS
Looking to pick up signed copies of Sallis’ Willnot or Black’s Murder on the Quai? Of course we have them in the Web Store. http://store.poisonedpen.com
Ben Coes, author of First Strike, will appear at The Poisoned Pen on Tuesday, June 28 at 7 PM.
He’ll be joined by Brian Keene, Weston Ochse and Stephen Coonts. Thanks to Criminal Element, you can read an excerpt from First Strike now. http://bit.ly/28LPDtV
Here’s our link with information about the event. You can click on the authors’ names to order their individual books. http://bit.ly/28Ne5KS
Gina Wohlsdorf, author of the debut, Security, and Rachel Howzell Hall, author of Trail of Echoes, recently appeared at The Poisoned Pen. Here are photos from the event.
If you’d like to order signed copies of either book, check out the Web Store. http://store.poisonedpen.com
Are you a fan of Diana Gabaldon’s Outlander? Diana Gabaldon hosts Theresa Carle-Sanders for the signing of Outlander Kitchen: The Official Outlander Companion Cookbook at The DoubleTree Resort. The event will be on Saturday, June 25th at 7:00 PM, although the doors will open at 5:00 PM. This is a ticketed event and tickets cost $40.00 and come with a double-signed copy of Outlander Kitchen. There are only 500 seats available, so we advise purchasing sooner rather than later as we expect to sell out. There will be a professional photographer for fan photos with Theresa and Diana at no additional charge. There will also be a cash bar. Please note that time will not permit a book signing so no personalization requests can be accepted nor personal books brought to the event. Thank you for your understanding.
If you would like to order a ticket for the event, here’s the link. http://bit.ly/28NZX8B
If you want a signed copy of the book, here’s the link. http://bit.ly/28OosAz
Did you see Terrence Rafferty’s recent article in The Atlantic? It’s called “Women Are Writing the Best Crime Novels”. Whether or not you agree, it’s an article you might want to read. I’m sure you’ve seen some of these writers at The Poisoned Pen.
Here’s the link. http://theatln.tc/1XwDs9l
Anne Wilson recently hosted Grant Blackwood, author of Tom Clancy’s Duty and Honor, and Whitney Terrell, author of The Good Lieutenant. It seems, from the photos, as if everyone had a great time.
Would you like signed copies of either Blackwood’s Tom Clancy’s Duty and Honor or Terrell’s The Good Lieutenant?
They’re available through the Web Store. http://store.poisonedpen.com
And, Anne Wilson will be appearing again at The Poisoned Pen on Tuesday, July 12 at 7 PM with her debut novel, Clear to Lift. It’s always fun to hear a debut author, and feel as if you were in on the ground floor. You might want to mark your calendar.
Rachel Howzell Hall, author of Trail of Echoes, will be at The Poisoned Pen on Tuesday, June 21 at 7 PM, along with Gina Wohlsdorf.
Thanks to CriminalElement.com, we can link to an excerpt from the novel. It’s a teaser. We hope you’re interested and want to come meet Rachel Howzell Hall on Tuesday.
And, don’t forget! You can order a signed copy of the book through the Web Store. http://bit.ly/25muI74