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Tucson Book Fest

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March 12th, 2018 Posted 10:18 am

What a fun time! Three excellent panels – and the last one was kind of a laff  riot! Here I am, after that one, with Gary of the Kids Need To Read program based in AZ – a worthy cause if ever there was.

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Tucson and THE RIGHT SIDE

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March 10th, 2018 Posted 6:07 am

Since I’ll be talking about THE RIGHT SIDE today at the Tucson Book Fest, here’s a five-star Amazon review from yesterday that makes a point that’s sure to come up in Q&A. What’s my A going to be?

“A big departure from the Chet and Bernie series. More like you’ll find under Peter Abrahams. Characterizations were great and I hope for another one with this heroine.”

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Tucson Book Fest Panels

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March 6th, 2018 Posted 7:49 am

We’re on 3 (plus there will be signings at the Clues Unlimited and Mostly Books booths):

Saturday, March 10

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM   

Panel

TUCSON FESTIVAL OF BOOKS

Post-combat Peril

Student Union Santa Rita

Panelists: Spencer Quinn, Alex Kava, Nick Petrie

Moderator: Isabella Maldonado

Genre: Mystery / Thrillers

Signing area: Sales & Signing Area – UA BookStore Tent (on Mall) (following presentation)

 

4:00 PM to 5 PM

Panel

Beastly Crimes

Student Union Sabino

Panelists: Spencer Quinn, Alex Kava, Betty Webb

Moderator: Sara Sue Hoklotubbe

Genre: Mystery / Thrillers

Signing area: Sales & Signing Area – UA BookStore Tent (on Mall) (following presentation)

Sunday, March 11

 

11:30 AM to 12:30 PM    TUCSON FESTIVAL OF BOOKS

What’s in a Name

Koffler Room 218

Panelists: Spencer Quinn, Francine Mathews, Riley Sager

Moderator: Chris Burke

Genre: Mystery / Thrillers

Signing area: Sales & Signing Area – Koffler Patio (following presentation)

These three mystery writers use pseudonyms–discover why and how it impacts their writing lives.

 

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Tucson Festival of Books

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February 2nd, 2018 Posted 8:39 am

A great festival, March 10 and 11. We’ll be there on several panels, schedule to come. The next day we’ll be speaking at a nearby luncheon. Should be fun!

Author Luncheon

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The Books



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