Left Coast Crime

Small Press–An Author’s Tale/Review of Burn Out

by Victoria Heckman
& Marilyn Meredith



We had the pleasure of seeing mystery author Victoria Heckman at the latest Left Coast Crime conference last week. It is always a delight to chat with her. This week she is sharing with KRL a post on her experience publishing with a small press. After her post we have a review of one of her novels, Burn Out, and Victoria's video interview with us from Left Coast.

Interview With Mystery Author Jonnie Jacobs/Review/Giveaway: On The Road to LCC

by Terell Byrd & Lorie Lewis Ham



As we finish up our On The Road to Left Coast Crime 2012 series this week we have with us mystery author Jonnie Jacobs. Not only do we chat with her, but we have a review of her latest book Paradise Falls & at the end of this post there are instructions on how to enter for a chance to win a copy of the book! Hope to see many of you at LCC next week!

Interview With Mystery Author Carola Dunn/Review/Giveaway

by Sandra Murphy & Lorie Lewis Ham



Today at KRL we have the next in our series-On The Road to Left Coast Crime 2012 where we get a chance to talk to authors who will be attending this year's conference and review their books. This week we are talking to mystery author Carola Dunn, reviewing her latest book Gone West, and giving away a copy of the book (details on how to enter at the end of this post).

Interview With Mystery Author J. Michael Orenduff/Review/Giveaway

by Terrance V. Mc Arthur



Today at KRL we have the next in our series-On The Road to Left Coast Crime 2012 where we get a chance to talk to authors who will be attending this year's conference and review their books. This week we are talking to mystery author J. Michael Orenduff, last year's Lefty Award winner, reviewing his latest book The Pot Thief Who Studied Escoffier, giving away a copy of the book (details on how to enter at the end of this post) & we get an exclusive sneak peek at the next book in the series.

Left Coast Crime Sacramento: Mining for Murder

by Janet Rudolph



Although many people confine their interest in mysteries to reading by themselves in the privacy of their own living room, there are others who enjoy the camaraderie, the excitement and the stimulation of gathering with other readers, writers, and fans at mystery conventions. That’s one of the reasons if you love crime fiction, you’ll want to attend Left Coast Crime in Sacramento: Mining for Murder, March 29-April 1.

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