When it comes to writers of mysteries and thrillers, Bouchercon is an embarrassment of riches
This week Speaking of Mysteries is stepping back from the microphone and traveling 35 miles or so south to Long Beach, CA to join fellow fans of the genre at Bouchercon 2014: Murder at the Beach. Which means that there won’t be a new episode next Monday. One of the things I’m really looking forward to is the launch of SoM co-creator Les Klinger and Laurie R. King’s In the Company of Sherlock Holmes, an anthology of Holmes-and-Watson-inspired stories by contemporary authors.
We’ll be back November 24. Upcoming guests include Steph Cha, whose second Juniper Song mystery, Beware, Beware, was released earlier this fall; and Scottish mystery writer Craig Robertson, whose Last Refuge takes readers to the ends of the earth (quite literally) for a really satisfying tale of revenge and redemption.