The Poisoned Pen’s Wall of Though Not Dead

Wow.

I could stop there, but a total lack of modesty forces me to report that people flew in from San Francisco and London (yes, England) for tonight’s event. And I’m not even mentioning the lady who drove through the storm from Albuquerque to get there, the couple who drove down from Las Vegas, and Kim from Seattle, who I first met at my first Bouchercon in Omaha, Nebraska in 1994. It was so neat to look out in the audience and see her there.

It was a great group and a terrific event. We sold out of A Cold Day for Murder (The store is going to drop ship some books for me to sign when I get home, so fear not, you can still order them) but there are still signed copies available of Though Not Dead.

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