Calling all library card holders!

colorIf you have a library card, could I ask a favor? Check to see if your local public library has a copy of SILENT MURDERS yet, and if not, request they purchase one. (It’s only been out for 5 weeks.)

You can check the library’s website by looking into their on-line catalog, or you can ask the next time you visit the library in person. Libraries usually have a request form for patrons and they usually oblige those requests. This way you (and many others, I hope) can read the book for free!

I appreciate the help.

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  1. Will do, Looking forward to the read.  I am having two events at our Laughlin Library featuring authors, and one featuring a recently released documentary by Ned Thanhouser re Thanhouser Film Co. where I will screen this film part of my Silent Era Series of events.\I am also participating in the Walking Box Ranch Tours, this ranch belonged to Clara Bow and Rex Bell and is located in Searchlight, NV on the National Historic Register of Places.Below is a sample of my dimensional collages from my Silent Era Personalities Series of 32, I exhibit and make prints of. There is such a resurgence of interest in everything Vintage!!. I hv a group on Facebook FLAPPERS & BOOTLEGGERS.  I will post your book there.  Take Care. Sharon.

    |   | |   | |   |   |   |   |   | | Mabel Normand S (1).jpgSharon Haugen shared from Dropbox | | | | View on http://www.dropbox.com | Preview by Yahoo | | | |   |

  2. Did just that and am loving the book! Looking forward to the next one Mary!

  3. Hi Mary, The Pima County Library has 10 copies, so that’s good news! I read the book on my kindle the day after it was released and enjoyed it very much. Aren’t the pictures of Myrna Loy from the 1920s amazing (and a little scary given how young she was)? It makes me happy to know she grew into a very sensible, mature woman and had a successful career as well. Congrats on the book!

    • Thanks. Glad you enjoyed it. Yes, Myrna Loy was a virtual child when she began her career. But I get the impression that she was realistic enough to handle the vagaries of the business. A tough cookie.

  4. I picked up both books at my Library in Wetumpka, Alabama. The Director of the Library, Susan Hayes, recommended your books. They are wonderful. I am a big fan of Laurie King’s Mary Russell series, and your novels are another perspective on this fascinating era.


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