Thursday, June 22 at 7, join Cara Black & Libby Fischer Hellmann as they discuss their latest novels. Cara’s new Aimée LeDuc novel is Murder in St. Germain. Libby’s is War, Spies and Bobby Sox.
Tuesday, June 27 at 7, we know you’ll want to come meet Elly Griffiths as she’s on a rare US tour! She’ll be talking about her latest Ruth Galloway novel, The Chalk Pit. This event will be held at the downtown library.
Membership event for the new Michigan chapter of Sisters in Crime, Saturday, July 29, 2:30 PM. Refreshments, membership sign up, and a panel discussion on “Bad Guys” with author Sarah Zettel, Judge Terrence P. Bronson, Retired U.S. Marshall Louis Stock and Pinkerton Vice President Jason Porter. The panel will be moderated by Judy Lee Burke and the event introduced by Michigan Sisters in Crime President Jan Rydzon. The panel discussion will take place at the Ann Arbor Comedy Showcase across the street, 212 S. 4th Ave.
Rhys Bowen joins us at the downtown library on Thursday, August 3 at 7 to talk about her latest Lady Georgie book, On Her Majesty’s Frightfully Secret Service.
We’re sponsoring two mystery panels at the Kerrytown BookFest this year, which takes place at the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market on Sunday, September 10 from 11-5. Meet thriller authors David Bell, Karen Dionne, Elizabeth Heiter and Stephen Mack Jones; and historical suspense writers James R. Benn, Nancy Herriman, Anna Lee Huber and Deanna Raybourn.
Thursday, September 21, Barbara Fradkin and Vicki Delany join us. Barbara has a new Amanda Doucette novel, The Trickster’s Lullaby, and Vicki has the second in her Sherlock Holmes series, Body on Baker Street.
We’ll be celebrating our 25th anniversary at the Ann Arbor Library on Thursday, October 19. Robin will be interviewing William Kent Krueger and Julia Keller. We’re very grateful to our loyal customers and to the Ann Arbor District Library for so often being a great partner with us.
Both “halves” of Michael Stanley – Stan Trollip and Michael Sears – join us Friday, October 27 at 7 p.m. to discuss their latest Detective Kubu novel, Dying to Live.
And the last but not least event of 2017 – Maureen Jennings joins us with her first Inspector Murdoch novel since 2010 on Saturday, November 25 at 2 pm. Kick off your holiday shopping with Maureen & Inspector Murdoch.