February/March, 2016

Signings and Special Events

Saturday, February 13 Clues Unlimited will celebrate Bosco’s sixth birthday with Reigning Cats and Dogs, a benefit for Pawsitively Cats and Southern Arizona Greyhound Adoption. At 2:00, Susan Miller will be here to discuss her essay in the book Rescued (FitCat, 12.99) about an injured rescued cat. There will be greyhounds, information on adoption of both cats and hounds, cupcakes, and 20% of all book sales will go to the two organizations.

Sunday, February 14 at 2:00 the Clues Unlimited Book Club will meet to discuss Louise Penny’s Still Life (STM, 15.99), the first in the charming series set in a small village in Quebec.

Friday, March 11 at 2:00 Clues Unlimited will present C.J. Box who will be discussing and signing his latest Joe Pickett mystery Off the Grid (Putnam, 27.00). This is your chance to hear this wonderful Western writer without fighting the crowds.

Saturday, March 12 and Sunday, March 13 Clues Unlimited will be at the Tucson Festival of Books. Please check our website for the signing schedule for the many terrific mystery writers at the festival this year.

Tuesday, March 15 at 2:00 Clues Unlimited will host an afternoon tea with J.A. Jance, who will be discussing and signing her latest—and very timely--Ali Reynolds mystery Clawback (SS, 25.99), about the murder of a financial manager who defrauds investors through a Ponzi scheme. Reservations are necessary, so please call 326-8533 to save your space.

Sunday, March 20 at 2:00 the Clues Unlimited Book Club will meet to discuss The Boy in the Snow Penguin, 15.00) by M.J. McGrath, a mystery set in Alaska featuring a half-Inuit sleuth.

Upcoming events: Anne Hillerman, Michael McGarrity, Cara Black.