Death at Chinatown will be released in September

Death at Chinatown

Death at Chinatown

Allium Press is publishing Death at Chinatown in September. We’ll be previewing it along with the other 4 Emily Cabot mysteries at the Printers Row LitFest in Chicago June 6-9. I’ll also be a Centuries & Sleuths Bookstore in Forest Park IL Thursday July 31 along with D.M. Pirrone who also has a historical mystery set in Chicago being published by Allium this summer.

Hyde Park Historical Society meeting March 2

HPHS has asked me to come and talk about Hyde Park in the Emily Cabot mysteries. Of course, Emily is a student at the University of Chicago and lives in Hyde Park, the Fair in the first book is in Hyde Park and apparently Pullman was part of Hyde Park at the time of the strike in DEATH AT PULLMAN. I’ll put together some slides for that talk at 5529 South Lake Park Avenue, from 2-4 pm.

LIM interview of Jamie Freveletti

Looking forward to Love Is Murder Mystery Conference Fri. Feb. 7, Intercontinental Chicago O’Hare, Cassatt A/B 3:30-5 PM
I’ll be doing the Sisters in Crime Chicagoland interview with Featured Author thriller writer Jamie Freveletti, author of Emma Caldridge novels RUNNING FROM THE DEVIL, RUNNING DARK, THE NINTH DAY, DEAD ASLEEP and Robert Ludlum Covert One series THE JANUS REPRISAL. Hope to see lots of the Sisters in Crime folks there.

CityLitBooks An evening with Allium Press Authors

CHICAGO CRIME FICTION NIGHT. Dec. 11 at City Lit Books 2523 North Kedzie Blvd. Chicago, IL 60647

I’ll be there with DAVID WALKER and TIM CHAPMAN being interviewed by BILL SAVAGE. Looking forward to it.

Oct. 17 at Chicago Public Library

Join me for a walk through the Chicago Public Library Special Collections exhibition of pictures from the Columbian Exposition. I’ll talk about Death at the Fair. It’s on the 8th floor of the Harold Washington Library.


Books By The Sea Signing Aug 11, 2-4 PM

I’ll be at Books by the Sea in Osterville, MA on Cape Cod to sign DEATH AT WOODS HOLE on Sunday, Aug. 11 2-4 PM.


Write up of our panel at ALA

There’s a nice writeup in The Scoop blog at:

“Mystery authors Claire O’Donohue, Frances McNamara, and David Walker explored the reputation of Chicago and why it is a great backdrop for mystery novels Saturday afternoon. Chicago has a reputation for having corrupt politicians and a high crime rate…”

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