Thursday, April 7, 2016

Literary Salon 4/14: Terry Shames, Susan Shea, Reece Hirsch

Join Mystery Readers NorCal for an evening Literary Salon with authors Terry Shames, Susan Shea, and Reece Hirsch.

Date and Time: Thursday, April 14, 7 p.m. (please plan to arrive no earlier than 6:30). 
Location: Berkeley, CA (RSVP for directions and space) Limited seating.
Potluck Sweets & Savories: 'Pick Up' food

Terry Shames: Terry Shames' first Samuel Craddock novel, A Killing at Cotton Hill, (July 2013) won the Macavity Award for Best First Mystery and was a finalist for Left Coast Crime's Best Mystery and Strand Magazine's Critic's Award for Best First Mystery. The second in the series, The Last Death of Jack Harbin was named one of the top five mysteries of 2014 by the Library Association's Library Journal. Dead Broke in Jarrett Creek, the third in the Samuel Craddock series, came out in October of 2014, followed by A Deadly Affair at Bobtail Ridge in April 2015 and The Necessary Murder of Nonie Blake in January 2016. Terry is the current president of the NorCal chapter of SinC  

Susan Shea: Susan Shea is the author of the Dani O'Rourke Mysteries, a "wickedly funny" series built around the mishaps of a museum fundraiser whose rich prospects have a nasty habit of turning up dead while she's busy promoting them. Susan was the president of the Norcal chapter of SinC, and secretary of the national SinC board. In a former life she, like Dani, learned how to ask for a million dollars without stammering. In 2017, she will debut a new mystery series set in France, for Minotaur Books. She’s a regular on 7 Criminal Minds blog.

Reece Hirsch: Reece Hirsch is the author of four thrillers that draw upon his background as a privacy attorney. His first book, The Insider, was a finalist for the 2011 International Thriller Writers Award for Best First Novel. His next three books, The Adversary, Intrusion, and Surveillance, all feature former Department of Justice cybercrimes prosecutor Chris Bruen. Hirsch is a partner in the San Francisco office of an international law firm and cochair of its privacy and cybersecurity practice.

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