- Thursday, June 23
Reading and signing Disgraced
Tattered Cover-Colfax, Denver
- Friday, June 24th
Reading and signing Mortal Fall
San Diego, California
- Sunday, June 26
Reading and signing Murder on the Tracks (Colorado Authors League 2016 winner for Genre Novel)
Barnes & Noble, 960 S. Colorado Blvd., Glendale
NEVERMORE Car Rally/Scavenger Hunt
NEVERMORE CAR RALLY / SCAVENGER HUNT
Join us Saturday, August 13 for the RMMWA summer party–a scavenger hunt and car rally around Castle Rock, Colorado. Complete details here as they become available !
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The Better Part of Valor
The Semester of Our Discontent
A Lila MacLean Mystery
The Reckoning Stones
In Hot Water
A Triple-D Ranch Romantic Suspense
Forensic Plant Science
Jane H. Bock and David O. Norris
The Comfort of Black
By Carter Wilson
Murder by Kindness: The Gift Quilt
A Quilted Mystery
By Barbara Graham
Murder on the Tracks
By Bruce Most
A Timber Creek K-9 Mystery
By Margaret Mizushima
Tom & Lucky and George & Cokey Flo
By C. Joseph Greaves.
Daisies for Innocence
The first Enchanted Garden mystery
By Bailey Cattrell (a/k/a Bailey Cates)
By Kathy Clark
The Skull of Pancho Villa and Other Stories
By Manuel Ramos
A Parliament of Owls
A Birdwatcher Mystery
Lake of Fire
An Allison Coil Mystery.
By Mark Stevens
By Chris Goff
An Anthology of Crime Writing.
By Manuel Ramos.
Beat, Slay, Love
Lise McClendon et al., writing as Thalia Filbert
By Joan Johnston
The Secret Life of Anna Blanc
By Jennifer Kincheloe
Rescue From Planet Pleasure
Sunday June 26, at 3 p.m., Bruce Most will discuss and sign copies of Murder on the Tracks at the Barnes & Noble bookstore on 960 S. Colorado Blvd. in Glendale. Murder on the Tracks won the Colorado Author’s League 2016 award for best genre novel. Several CAL winners will be showcased at the store that day, beginning at 11 a.m. Among them will be best-selling author Margaret Coel, awarded CAL’s Lifetime Achievement honor, so come join us.
Chuck Greaves‘s Tom & Lucky and George & Cokey Flo (Bloomsbury) and Jennifer Kincheloe‘s The Secret Life of Anna Blanc are both nominees for the Sue Feder Historical Mystery award, to be presented at Bouchercon in September. Congratulations to both of them!
Circling the Runway has garnered a Shamus nomination for Best Private Eye Paperback. Read a sample of it here: http://tinyurl.com/jqtgz5z
Also, now through JUNE 20—the Kindle Edition of J.L. Abramo’s Brooklyn Justice is on SALE for 99 CENTS: http://tinyurl.com/jaeorv6
Read a FREE PREVIEW here: http://a.co/6oxru8D
Steve Pease’s crime story “Hotel Hate” was just published in the Darkhouse anthology “Black Coffee,” now available on Amazon in both paper and electronic formats. The story centers around a disturbance at a hotel for wanted criminals deep in the Michigan woods during the 1920s.
RMMWA meets the 2nd Thursday from September – May, 7:00 pm
at the Denver Press Club.
Special summer activity: Saturday, August 13, Nevermore Car Rally/Scavenger Hunt
Next meeting: September 8
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In A Parliament of Owls, US Fish & Wildlife Agent Angela Dimato discovers a murdered soccer mom sprawled among the prairie dog mounds on the Rocky Mountain Arsenal national wildlife refuge. With trademarked instinct, Angela digs toward the truth. But when the investigation takes a sinister twist, putting more lives at stake, Angela finds she must turn to the case’s only eyewitness—a burrowing owl—for answers. Available for Pre-Order at Tattered Cover Book Store, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, and IndieBound
“You don’t need to be a bird lover to fall in love with Christine Goff’s charming Birdwatcher’s Mysteries.” — Tony Hillerman, New York Times bestselling author of the Navajo mysteries series.
Andrea Faraday is junior class valedictorian at the exclusive Woodruff School, where she was voted Most Likely to Do Everything Right. But looks can be deceiving. When her parents disappear, her life—and her Perfect Girl charade—begins to crumble, and her scheme to put things right just takes the situation from bad to so much worse.
“Reid presents an introspective, morally complex protagonist in Drea as well as an effortlessly diverse supporting cast. Gripping, suspenseful, and refreshingly diverse.” Kirkus starred review
English professor Lila Maclean is thrilled about her new job at prestigious Stonedale University until she finds one of her colleagues dead. She soon learns that everyone, from the chancellor to the detective working the case, believes Lila—or someone she is protecting—may be responsible for the horrific event, so she assigns herself the task of identifying the killer. More attacks on professors follow, the only connection a curious symbol found at each of the crime scenes. Putting her scholarly skills to the test, Lila gathers evidence, but her search is complicated by an unexpected nemesis, a suspicious investigator, and an ominous secret society. Rather than earning an “A” for effort, she receives a threat featuring the mysterious emblem and must act quickly to avoid failing her assignment…and becoming the next victim.
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