Sisters in Crime
From left to right, back: Ellen Crosby, Meredith Cole, Ellen Byerrum.
Front: Me, Sandra Parshall, Donna Andrews.
Reston Library, May 24, 2011.
"There are certain things you really want to have in a village mystery: a pretty setting, a tasteful murder, an appealing sleuth, a festive event, some eccentric locals, a dash of humor
and maybe a nice map. G. M. Malliet delivers all that in WICKED AUTUMN."
~ New York Times Sunday Book Review
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Left Coast Crime March 22-25, 2018, Reno, Nevada
My interview with William Kent Kreuger.
The Edgars, New York, April 28, 2011
With Marcia Talley at left. We're all dressed up for the annual dinner of the Mystery Writers of America, where the Edgar awards are presented.
November 6, 2010
Photo by Robin Templeton
At the Sisters in Crime meeting in Silver Spring, Maryland. Twenty-seven local authors briefly described their latest projects. Also pictured - sort of - is author Art Taylor.
May 4, 2009, at Barnes and Noble, Annapolis
L-R - Elaine Viets, Mary Jane Maffini, Rhys Bowen, Marcia Talley, me, Louise Penny.
March 2009 at Left Coast Crime, The Big Island, Hawaii
Clockwise from top: Author Rhys Bowen, me, Brian Skupin, and Kate Stine at the breakfast for debutante authors and fans of honor. Brian and Kate are the publishers of Mystery Scene Magazine.
February 7, 2009, at Love is Murder, Chicago
Deb Baker, Joanna Campbell Slan, and me.
May 5, 2007, at Malice Domestic
The short story panel: Moderator Hariette Sackler, G.M. Malliet, Marcia Talley, Roberta Isleib, Maurissa Guibord, Toni Kelner (the Agatha winner for short story), John Betancourt, Kaye George.
The New England chapter of Sisters in Crime maintains a helpful list of mystery conferences. See the full listing here.