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Thursday, April 2, 2009

Laurie R. King coming to DC & Baltimore

Here's a great chance for all of you who live in and around Washington, DC. and Baltimore, Maryland - you can meet author Laurie R. King!

Details on each event are below, along with a bit of info about her upcoming book.

I'll definitely be at the Baltimore event ... will I see any of you there?

"In 1994, Laurie King's The Beekeeper's Apprentice introduced young Mary Russell to Sherlock Holmes, and a cult was born. The ninth book in the Russell/Holmes series, The Language of Bees, returns the duo to Sussex Downs where they met and to the beekeeping passion that became Holmes' avocation upon his retirement from Baker Street."

~Washington, DC ~

The Language of Bees: A book talk by Laurie R. King
A book sale and signing courtesy of the Trover Shop will follow the program
Sunday, May 3, 2009, 2:00 pm
Cleveland Park Neighborhood Library
3310 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20008
1st floor Auditorium
For more information, call 202.282-3080

~ Baltimore, MD ~

Laurie R. King talks about her new book, The Language of Bees.

Laurie King

Award-winning author Laurie King stops in Baltimore on her "Fifteen Weeks of Bees" tour, which includes the celebration of the 150th birthday of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle on May 22.

Presented in partnership with Mystery Loves Company bookstore. They will have copies of Laurie King's books for sale following the program.

Monday, May 04, 2009, 6:30 pm
Southeast Anchor Library
Southeast Anchor Library
3601 Eastern Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21224


For other events around the country check out the Where's Laurie? page at her blog.


ella144 said...

ohh! wish she was coming a bit further south...

Have fun!

Heather J. said...

ella144 - I just updated the post with a link to other events around the country (I put it way down at the bottom) ... are there any near you?

Jenny Girl said...

Not me but have a lovely time!

Teresa said...

I'm hoping to get to the DC event. If not, maybe I'll hop up to Baltimore instead. Laurie King is one of my favorites, and the Mary Russell series is the only series going right now that I make a point of reading right away when a new book comes out. It would be such a thrill to meet her!

Serena said...

d.c. is closer for me...I may go to that one. I'll be headed into Bethesda for Operation Homecoming for Richard Currey's reading of his 20th anniversary edition of his Vietnam War novel Fatal Light. Its going to be fantastic.

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