Chop Suey Books, an independently-owned book store in Richmond’s Carytown district, invited me to do a reading from SILENT MURDERS, the second in my Roaring Twenties mystery series that comes out next week. The date is Sept. 30, the time is 6:00. They’ll have copies ready for me to sign, plus copies of the just-released paperback version of THE IMPERSONATOR. Come if you can! Some of us will stroll down the block afterwards to Secco Wine Bar for refreshments.
I'm an Army brat who has lived in Virginia most of my adult life. I received my BA and MA in history from the College of William and Mary and taught American history and museum studies at Virginia Commonwealth University for thirteen years. I am the author of 200 magazine articles, most on history, travel, and business topics, fifteen nonfiction books, and five historical mysteries.
To schedule book club visits (in person or via Skype) or lectures, contact me directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. I usually bring along objects and illustrations that make for a lively presentation and discussion.