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Once Upon a Crime

APPEARANCES

In addition to making solo appearances at mystery conferences and bookstores, Carl also travels frequently with The Minnesota Crime Wave and facilitates the monthly Ransom Notes Book Club.

July 22
Barnes & Noble Bookstore Ransom Notes book group
Har Mar Mall
Roseville, MN
7 PM
Book: A Man To Die For (Do Not Cross) by Eileen Dryer

August 6
Balsam Lake Public Library
Balsam Lake, WI
6 PM

August 26
Barnes & Noble Bookstore Ransom Notes book group
Har Mar Mall
Roseville, MN
7 PM
Book: All The Pretty Girls by J.T. Ellison

September 22
Barnes & Noble Bookstore Ransom Notes book group
Har Mar Mall
Roseville, MN
7 PM
Book: Vanished by Joseph Finder

October 28
Barnes & Noble Bookstore Ransom Notes book group
Har Mar Mall
Roseville, MN
7 PM
Book: The Ten-Mile Trails by Elizabeth Gunn

November 25
Barnes & Noble Bookstore Ransom Notes book group
Har Mar Mall
Roseville, MN
7 PM
Book: What Was She Thinking?: Notes On A Scandal by Zoe Heller

January 27, 2015
Barnes & Noble Bookstore Ransom Notes book group
Har Mar Mall
Roseville, MN
7 PM
Book: Vanishing Acts by Phillip Margolin

February 24, 2015
Barnes & Noble Bookstore Ransom Notes book group
Har Mar Mall
Roseville, MN
7 PM
Book: The Unknown Soldier by Gerald Seymour

March 24, 2015
Barnes & Noble Bookstore Ransom Notes book group
Har Mar Mall
Roseville, MN
7 PM
Book: Tears of Autumn by Charles McCarry

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Carl with author Libby Hellmann at the mystery reading group.

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Carl with LC Hayden and her husband at the Har Mar Barnes & Noble,
where Carl leads a mystery reading & discussion group.

 

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