The Mysterious Bookshop: Tuesday, Feb 10—Andy Siegel: Cookie’s Case is the second in Andy Siegel’s, Tug Wyler (a New York lawyer) series. The author is trained as a personal injury and medical malpractice attorney, thus writing from what he knows. Andy Siegel’s debut novel and the first in this series, Suzy’s Case was a People.com Best Beach Read Selection 2013; a Poisoned Pen Bookstore Best Debut Novel selection 2012; a Suspense Magazine Best Books of 2012 selection; and selected for Conversations Book Club Top 100 Books of 2012.
The Mysterious Bookshop : Wednesday, Feb 11—A book release event for The NYPDs First Fifty Years, by Bernard Whalen, himself a long-serving NYPD lieutenant, and his father, Jon, who consider the men and women who have contributed to the department’s past, both positively and less so. Considering all that is going on in the world, this could be a very timely and interesting discussion but what makes it even more so is that the event is being sponsored by Talisker Storm and Oban Little Bay! Watch out for the refreshments!
Sisters in Crime NYC has an outstanding panel lined up in honor of Valentine’s Day for its Feb. 18th meeting (6:30-8:00pm). Guests are welcome (men and women). This is a wonderful opportunity to engage with authors in an open, frank forum.
Location: Jefferson Market Branch of the NY Public Library—Sixth Ave. at 10th St (Street-level meeting room, to the left through the children’s room.)
Laura K. Curtis has written mystery and romance independently, as well as romantic suspense. Ursula Renee is the president of the New York chapter of Romance Writers of America. Kate White is the former editor of Cosmopolitan magazine, and Sheila York is an expert on the Golden Age of Hollywood. Triss Stein will moderate what we know you’ll find an irresistible discussion!