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Author Discussion & Signing with Annie Hansen

Annie Hansen returns to Centuries & Sleuths with her second Kelly Clark Mystery  Bean in Love.

  Kelly Clark is making quite a comeback in her hometown of Geneva, IL after her divorce. She’s in love, her relationships are solid, and her finances are back on track due to her sister’s generous offer to live rent free in the apartment above Chocolate Love, a favorite hang-out in the Historic District. When Kelly’s sister, Nikki, decides to expand her Chocolate Love empire by opening a new coffee shop, Bean in Love, the Clark family pulls together to help.

As the local fall festivals kick into high gear, trouble comes blowing into town with rumors of a local ghost causing real trouble in town. When a beloved local dies at the Geneva History Center under suspicious circumstances, Kelly and Nikki are called on to figure out what happened. Could a ghost from the past really have a hand in the death? Things get complicated when the sisters face an unexpected pregnancy, a surprise proposal, and a possible foreclosure. All of the stress makes Kelly question if she is really moving on with her life or if she’s just fooling herself. After all, Kelly’s been in love and it ended horribly. Could it really be better for her this time around?

Bean in Love: A Kelly Clark Mystery Book Two Cover Image
$14.99
ISBN: 9781502594273
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform - October 16th, 2014

Give Me Chocolate: A Kelly Clark Mystery Book 1 Cover Image
$14.99
ISBN: 9781502828415
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform - November 3rd, 2014

Author Discussion & Signing with Patricia Skalka

Patricia Skalka returns to Centuries & Sleuths with her second Dave Cubiak Door County Mystery, Death at Gills Rock.

Dave Cubiak is back, and this time he’s the new sheriff in town

After tracking a clever killer in Death Stalks Door County, park ranger and former Chicago homicide detective Dave Cubiak is elected Door County sheriff. His newest challenge arrives as spring brings not new life but tragic death to the isolated fishing village of Gills Rock. Three prominent World War II veterans who are about to be honored for their military heroics die from carbon monoxide poisoning during a weekly card game. Blame falls to a faulty heater but Cubiak puzzles over details. When one of the widows receives a message claiming the men “got what they deserved,” he realizes that there may be more to the deaths than a simple accident.

Investigating, Cubiak discovers that the men’s veneer of success and respectability hides a trail of lies and betrayal that stems from a single, desperate act of treachery and eventually spreads a web of deceit across the peninsula. In a dark, moody tale that spans more than half a century, Cubiak encounters a host of suspects with motives for murder. Amid broken dreams, corruption, and loss, he sorts out the truth. Death at Gills Rock is the second book in Patricia Skalka’s Dave Cubiak Door County Mystery series.

 

 

Death Stalks Door County Cover Image
$26.95
ISBN: 9780299299408
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: University of Wisconsin Press - May 19th, 2014

Mystery Writers of America (Midwest Region) Meeting

11/15     SUN        1:00 PM: Mystery Writers of America Midwest Chapter Meeting

                                Guest speaker will be former undercover cop Fran Marrocco.

Sisters in Crime (Local Chapter) Meeting.

Halloween Party … Members bring your scary ghost stories!

"Your last night time visit to "Bachelors Grove"!

"How attractive is "Resurrection Mary"?

"Can you really see the "Devil Baby of Hull House" in its center front second floor window?

 

 

 

             

 

 

 

 

 

Sisters in Crime (Local Chapter) Meeting.

SinCC Chapter Meeting

 

Saturday, May 30

 

11 am - 12:30 pm

 

at Centuries and Sleuths Bookstore

7419 West Madison

Forest Park, IL 60130

708-771-7243

 

 

COP TALK     

with Sgt. Adam Henkels

 

Our presenter will be Sergeant Adam Henkels who is a 23 year veteran of the Chicago Police Department. He is currently penning the new “Ask a Cop” for the MWAMW’s Clue’s newsletter. This will be an open forum where he will answer any questions our member have about the department, police procedures, and what it's like to be a cop. Bring your policing and law enforcement questions!

 

Sisters in Crime (Local Chapter) Meeting.

"Murder Meds" by Robert Reiner, RPh.

Robert's presentation will cover a variety of prescription and OTC medicines that could easily be used to execute a murder!  He has a Bachelors in Science from College of Dupage and a Bachelors in Pharmacy from Midwestern University and has been practicing for 15 years. This should prove to be an exciting and informative session.

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