SIGNED COPIES OF LOUISE PENNY'S NEWEST BOOK STILL AVAILABLE

Reserve Your Copy by Calling Mysteryscape 913-649-0000 or emailing orders@mysteryscape.com

Thank goodness the next Chief Inspector Gamache book is here! The tenth in the series, The Long Way Home, arrived Aug. 26, and we still have a limited number of signed copies available. Grab those copies now while you still can and receive 15% off. Just stop by, email us or call the store at 913-649-0000. We'll be happy to put a copy on hold for you.

For those of you not familiar with this award-winning, bestselling series, the first book, Still Life, is one of the most recommended books in our store. With wonderful writing, richly compelling characters and a fantastic mystery every time, this series appeals to any reader who loves to devour a well-crafted novel. Check out the series next time you're in the store.

SISTERS IN CRIME SPEAKER: DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKER GARY JENKINS

Saturday, September 6, 11 am at Mysteryscape

Former Kansas City Intelligence Unit detective and documentary filmmaker Gary Jenkins talks about the sometimes dark history of Kansas City's River Quay area.  His documentary film on the subject, Gangland Wire, is available at the store. 

Sisters in Crime meetings are free and open to the public.  No RSVP necessary.   

AUTHOR EVENT: YA AUTHOR JULIA MARY GIBSON

Friday, September 12, 6:30 pm at Mysteryscape

Come meet fascinating debut author Julia Mary Gibson Friday, Sept. 12, 6:30 pm at Mysteryscape when she talks about and signs her new historical YA novel, Copper Magic.

In this enchanting, coming-of-age novel, Julia weaves turn-of-the-century Native American spirituality, conservation and ecology in a magical tale about a young woman discovering what it means to be an adult.

Copper Magic has received glowing reviews from top YA authors such as Elizabeth Wein (Code Name Verity) and Kirkus Media, one of the top unbiased, review magazines in the country.

A child of radical activist poets, Julia brushed shoulders with some of the amazing personalities of the day, including Allen Ginsberg, Andy Warhol and Gary Snyder. Growing up on the shores of Lake Michigan, she became fascinated by the Native culture and the history of the area, which became the inspiration for Copper Magic.

Find out more about this interesting new author and her wonderful book. No RSVP required. This event is free and open to the public. To reserve your copy ahead of the event or a signed copy after the event, call the store at 913-649-0000 or email us.

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