SISTERS IN CRIME SPEAKER: LOCAL AUTHOR JULIET KINCAID

Saturday, April 4, 11 am at Mysteryscape

Kansas City was a bustling place at the turn of the century, filled with dust, industry, cattle and schemes. Find out what happens when you add a plucky heroine and old-fashioned intrigue Saturday, April 4, 11 am at Mysteryscape during the next Sisters in Crime meeting.

Local author and former writing professor Juliet Kincaid will read from her new historical mystery, January Jinx, and then tell the story of her search for Kansas City as it was around 1900. In her new book series, you'll find some interesting local historical sites and scenes that still echo through the city today.

Sisters in Crime meetings are free and open to the public. No RSVP necessary. Sisters in Crime is a nonprofit organization supporting women writing crime fiction. The Kansas City chapter, Border Crimes, meets 11 am the first Saturday of the month at Mysteryscape. They feature speakers on topics such as law enforcement, crime detection, writing, publishing and crime fiction in general.

AUTHOR EVENT: LOCAL FANTASY AUTHOR KENNETH KAPPELMANN

Saturday, April 4, 2 to 4 pm at Mysteryscape

Join local fantasy author Kenneth Kappelmann Saturday, April 4, 2 to 4 pm when he shares his The Hidden Magic fantasy series.

In the first book of the trilogy, The Hidden Magic: The Return of the Dragons, a group of companions face challenges, death, love and fate. The choices they make could save the world or lead it into dragon rule and tyranny forever.

In the next two books, The Dragon Unknown Part I and Part II, these companions seek to master the powers put before them and learn The Hidden Magic will either save them or end their trek for peace.

This event is free and open to the public. No RSVP required. Pre-order or put these titles on hold ahead of the event by calling 913-649-0000 or emailing us at orders@mysteryscape.com. 

AUTHOR EVENT: CRIME FICTION AUTHOR C.G. CALVIN SHARES NEW MYSTERY SET IN KCK

Saturday, April 11, 2:30 to 4:30 pm

Join Oklahoma author and former KCK resident C.G. Calvin (a.k.a. Clyde Glandon) when he shares and signs his new mystery Wyandotte Sonata Saturday, April 11, 2:30 to 4:30 pm at Mysteryscape.

In this contemporary murder mystery, Private Investigator Lee Hunter leaves the sun-kissed streets of Los Angeles and returns to Kansas City to start a new job at a local security firm. Unfortunately, old home week includes murder as Lee gets embroiled in the city's criminal underbelly.

This event is free and open to the public. No RSVP required. Pre-order or put Wyandotte Sonata on hold ahead of the event by calling 913-649-0000 or emailing us at orders@mysteryscape.com

 

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