The July edition of the Sacramento Bee Book Club brings four well-known mystery writers—all longtime friends—to town for a wide-ranging roundtable discussion.
July 31, Thursday, 6 p.m. (doors open at 5:15 p.m.)
Sacramento Bee Book Club: Northern California Mystery Writers
Tsakopoulos Library Galleria
828 I St.
This is a free event, but tickets are required.
For more information: (916) 321-1128 or www.beebuzzpoints.com.
Join us for a discussion with:
Cara Black. The San Francisco writer is known for her 14 Aimée Léduc novels about a private investigator in Paris, which she has been writing at a pace of nearly one per year since 1998. She has been nominated for multiple Anthony and Macavity Awards.
Catriona McPherson. McPherson is known for her nine Dandy Gilver novels. Set mainly Scotland between the world wars, the novels feature a bumbling sleuth who solves crimes with persistence and charm.
Terry Shames. Shames writes about the fictional town of Jarret Creek in her real home state of Texas in her Samuel Craddock mystery series. Her 2013 debut mystery, “A Killing at Cotton Hill,” won a Top Five Debut Novel award from MysteryPeople, which also made her follow-up, “The Last Death of Jack Harbin,” a Pick of the Month selection.