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Mayor Ballard to Pinpoint Our City´s One Mystery While Indiana-Connected Mystery-Creators Convene

September 28, 2009 by Reader's Connection

On Friday, October 16th, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m, twenty-some mystery writers with Indiana connections will gather at Central Library. You can meet the authors, purchase their books and have a snack.

In the course of the evening, Mayor Greg Ballard will announce the title of this year’s One Book, One City selection. In honor of theBouchercon World Mystery Convention, which is transpiring in Indianapolis October 15-18, the title for this year will be one of Indiana native Rex Stout’s Nero Wolfe mysteries.

The first 500 guests will receive a free copy of the selected title.

Here are the names of the Bouchercon authors who will attend the Indiana Mystery Writers celebration at Central Library. Click on an author’s name to see if IMCPL owns books by that author.


Treasure of the Golden Cheetah
Suzanne Arruda





Diana Catt





Judy Clemens



Evil in Carnations

Kate Collins





Susan Crandall





Jeanne Dams



The Root of All Evil

Marlis Day





Brandt Dodson







Phil Dunlap




  Triple Cross
Kit Ehrman





Terence Faherty





Roberta Gellis














On the Wrong Track
Suzanne Harding





Steve Hockensmith





Michael Z. Lewin




Face Time

Tony Perona





Hank Phillippi Ryan





Sam Reaves



 Stephen Jay Schwartz





Joanna Slan





Brenda Stewart





Death in Pacific Heights

Larry Sweazy




Juli Swisher





Ronald Tierney






Restless SpiritSandra Tooley




Sandra Vardaman




Michael Wiley




Lori Lacefield


1 comment »

  1. Dorothy Tompkins says:

    I look forward t attentding this event–have forwarded this to my daughters.

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