Wendy Walker –
The BOLO Books Interview

From the Booking Desk:

Wendy Walker’s debut novel, All is Not Forgotten, will be released on July 12. If you follow entertainment news, you have likely already heard about this book because of the film option made on it by Reese Witherspoon. Trust me when I say that this is a book you are going to want to read before you see it on screen.

I am happy to have Wendy Walker here to tell us a bit more about the book, her process, and the unique view of memory found in All is Not Forgotten.

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BOLO – Week of June 26, 2016

From The Booking Desk:

This week’s list of books to be on the look out for is dominated by three psychological suspense titles. The last title might be a bit of a surprise, but I couldn’t resist.

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Mark Billingham @ The Ivy Bookshop

From The Booking Desk:

Last night at The Ivy Bookshop in Baltimore, Mark Billingham entertained a loyal crowd with an assist from Laura Lippman. Anyone who has ever heard Mark speak knows that the man can’t resist a good one-liner to keep the audience on their toes.

This time out, Mark Billingham is on a promotional tour for Die of Shame, his new stand-alone mystery centered on an addiction group in the UK. As per normal with these recaps of mine, I’ll point out a few highlights:

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Underground Airlines – The BOLO Books Review

The elevator pitch for Ben H. Winters’ new novel, Underground Airlines, makes it seem like an audacious undertaking fraught with potential risk and ripe for controversy, but the end product shows great restraint with respect for our not-always commendable past and enlightenment towards a better future. Make no mistake about it, however, Underground Airlines is poised to be one of the most talked about books of the year.

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Sisters in Crime Blogging Panel

From the Booking Desk:

I know this has been promoted on Facebook and elsewhere, but I wanted to make sure I also included it here for those that may only follow along on the website.

Dru Ann Love and I will be participating in a panel discussing blogging and books at the next meeting of the Chesapeake Chapter of Sisters in Crime.

The meeting will be held in Bethesda, Maryland. This event is open to the public, just be sure to RSVP. I know we’ll be seeing some of you there and hope that others will consider attending. Details below:

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Forgive Me –
The BOLO Books Review

Daniel Palmer belongs to the cache of crime fiction writers – like Harlan Coben and Linwood Barclay – who excel at crafting tales about regular people caught up in extraordinary circumstances. With writing that is sharp and incisive, Daniel Palmer is once again sharing his talent with the masses with his latest release, Forgive Me.

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