Sunday, April 5, 2009


Will be joining my fellow Sisters in Crime for a panel on writing true crime called, "We're Not Making This Up," at the Roslindale Library, Roslindale being either a neighborhood or suburb of Boston--I can't figure out which is which when it comes to Beantown. Hope you'll be there: Wednesday, April 6, at 6:30 PM.

Village Books will have all the authors' books available including my memoir: GIRLS OF TENDER AGE. (Support your local bookstore!) In addition, they will also have DIRTY WATER: A RED SOX MYSTERY there--first five purchasers receive a bar of "Big Poppy" soap (Dominican mango with poppy seed exfoliant) compliments of Stella Marie Soap. My Sox collaborator, Jere Smith, will have signed the books earlier; he can't be at the event because he'll be at Fenway enjoying the game and taking notes and pictures for his blog: "A Red Sox Fan from Pinstripe Territory,"

I will join him after the library panel, missing just a couple of innings.

Hope to see you at the library or the game, or both!


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