Saturday, August 9, 2008
The Pratt Library has been an asset to Baltimore since the 1800s. One of the most respected Library Systems in the U.S. it continues in it's quest to make books, film, and glorious slices of American History available to every citizen in its community. This made the Pratt an obvious choice as Bouchercon 2008's main charity.
Bouchercon and the Pratt got together for another project as well. On Saturday, October 11th there will be a series of authors' panels at four of the Pratt's branches to introduce the community of Baltimore to the membership of Bouchercon.
Author Ann Cleeves will also be visiting the Pratt on Wed. October 8th. Check back for more details on that event.
We thank our members who are participating and we welcome the people of Baltimore to a little slice of Bouchercon- Charmed to Death.
Roland Park Branch
5108 Roland Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21210
11:00 a.m. Saturday Oct. 11th
Discuss Femme Noir with four of Mystery’s finest Dames. McKenna Jordan of Murder By The Book in Houston will moderate authors Val McDermid, Lauren Henderson, Vicki Hendricks and Megan Abbott in a talk about mystery with a female point of view.
Southeast Anchor Library
3601 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224
11:00 a.m Saturday Oct. 11th
In Conversation: Join authors Heather Graham and Alexandra Sokoloff in a discussion on life, books and mystery. These two ladies have a lot to talk about and you are invited to listen in.
5714 Bellona Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21212
2:00 pm Saturday Oct. 11th
Authors Ace Atkins, Alafair Burke, Sean Chercover and Lee Child will be interrogated on all things mysterious by their peer Marcus Sakey.
Orleans Street Branch
1303 Orleans Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
2:00 p.m. Saturday Oct. 11th
Author Laurie King moderates a panel on Mystery with fellow scribes Frankie Bailey, Charlaine Harris, Gary Phillips and Cara