This is again a big week for those interested in engaging with mystery authors.
Sisters in Crime NYC has an outstanding panel lined up for its Feb. 18th meeting (6:30-8:00pm). Guests are welcome (men and women). This is a free event and a wonderful opportunity to hear from 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.
Feb 19, 6:30 pm, James Grady celebrates the release of his new book, Last Days of the Condor. For those of us who remember the movie, Three Days of the Condor, starring Robert Redford and Faye Dunaway, this will be a special treat. You can check out the movie on Amazon Prime. James Grady wrote Six Days of the Condor on which the movie was based at the age of 25.
Feb.20, 6:30 pm, Sebastian Rotella will appear for the release of his book, The Convert’s Song. Listen to Allen Cheuse’s review of the book on NPR, which makes you want to run out to experience the adrenalin rush the book promises.