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Christine’s 2015 Appearance Schedule

April 2, 2015
12:00pm
Private Book Club Appearance
Queenstown, Maryland


April 3, 2015
5:00pm-7:00pm
Leonardtown First Friday
Fenwick Street Books
Leonardtown, Maryland

I will be signing both A VIRTUOUS DEATH and THE MOURNING BELLS.


April 11, 2015
12:00pm-2:00pm
Turn the Page Book Signing Event
Turn the Page Books
Boonsboro, Maryland

Multiple author event, including Nora Roberts/J.D. Robb, Kat Martin, Shayla Black, Jennifer Probst, Robin Kaye, and Adam Pelzman.


May 3, 2015
12:30pm
Private Book Club Appearance
California, Maryland


June 9, 2015
9:00-9:50am
"Downton Malice:  British Historical Period Mysteries"
Panel Appearance with Tessa Arlen, Ray Buckland, Anna Lee Huber, and Catriona McPherson.
Malice Domestic Conference
Hyatt Regency Bethesda

Book signing to follow at 11:00am.

October 2015
Exact day and time TBD
Bouchercon
Raleigh, North Carolina
Sheraton Raleigh *and* Marriott City Center.  Hotels are across the street from each other, and both will hold programming.

More panel discussion and signing fun.  Details soon.


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I am thoroughly enjoying the Gilded Newport series by Alyssa Maxwell.  I've read MURDER AT THE BREAKERS, and am now reading MURDER AT MARBLE HOUSE.  It's a very engaging look at the glittering--and often diabolical and sad--lives of Newport royalty in 1895.  I really like that the stories are told from the viewpoint of a young reporter.

 

I'm currently watching Season 6 of Doc Martin.  Such an old curmudgeon...I love this show and its quirky characters.

 

"The book’s greatest strength is its sympathetic and interesting heroine, who manages to be capable and indomitable without being anachronistic…a fine quiet evening read, with a rare Regency heroine who loves her work and does it well.”  Publishers Weekly on BY THE KING'S DESIGN