Saturday, March 10, 2007

Sisters in Crime Panel -- BERKELEY, CA

On Thursday, March 15, at 6:00 pm, I'll be speaking on a panel with three other local authors at the South Branch of the Berkeley Public Library.

1901 Russel Street (at Martin Luther King Jr)

Hailey Lind is an artist as will as a writer and brings this experience to Shooting Gallery, her new book that explores the world of art fakes. Her first book, Feint of Art, has been nominated for an Agatha best first novel award!

Here are some details on the other authors:
Diana R. Chambers is the author of the topical thriller, Stinger, involving a CIA officer, a daring journalist and an elusive Afghan chief.

Peggy Dulle's new book, Death is Clowning Around, was inspired by the strange behavior of her computer at work.

Priscilla Royal has a degree in world literature where she discovered the beauty of medieval literature. Her medieval mysteries included Sorrow Without End, Tyrant of the Mind, and Wine of Violence. Her newest, Favas Can Be Fatal, take on modern life in the restaurant business.

Hope some of you can make it.

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