You’ll see some familiar faces as we celebrate this Thriller Thursday with two continuing, critically acclaimed series: A BAKER STREET WEDDING: A Baker Street Mystery by Michael Robertson A honeymoon goes awry in the sixth book following a London barrister who takes a lease on 221B Baker Street and must respond to letters addressed to Sherlock […]
Check out these two funny new mysteries with starred reviews: THE BAKER STREET JURORS by Michael Robertson Two starred reviews! “Agatha Christie fans will revel in Robertson’s fifth novel featuring London solicitor Nigel Heath. This is Robertson’s best work yet, a classic fair play whodunit leavened with humor.” — Publishers Weekly, starred review THE BRANSON […]
We’re seeing *stars* for these four excellent mysteries: A GREAT RECKONING by Louise Penny (FOUR STARS) “The lyrical 12th entry in bestseller Penny’s remarkable series, which has won multiple Agatha awards, finds former Chief Insp. Armand Gamache coming out of retirement to clean up the corrupt Süreté Academy du Québec. This complex novel deals with […]
Happy day, librarians! The weather has taken a turn for the sunny here in NYC and we hope it's doing the same in your neighborhood.
- TxLA 2013 is fast approaching! Don't forget to take a look at our full conference schedule under Conference Info above.
- Lauren Willig, author of THE ASHFORD AFFAIR, wrote an article for HeroesandHeartbreakers.com on the art of putting the right characters together at the wrong time in their lives to maximize romantic tension. Read 'Author Lauren Willig on Romantic Timing' now! And get whitelisted to download a copy of the e-galley from Edelweiss:
- And finally, a complicated flow chart answering an age-old question:
A small chart to help with over- purchases of books... twitter.com/justrena/statu…
— RenaMaguire (@justrena) March 31, 2013