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>>>Our Upcoming Events<<<

Thursday, March 19, 2015

Join us for a night of Romancing the Crime! Kate Freiman will discuss and present a series of suspense authors who also happen to write romance. She is the national best-selling, award-winning, critically-acclaimed author of eight full-length romance novels and two romance novellas. She is the last charter member of Toronto Romance Writers, for which she’s served five terms as president, and is the new Vice President of Programming for TRW. She holds a B.A. and an M.A. in English literature and wrote her thesis on British detective stories of the twenties and thirties.

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We meet on the THIRD THURSDAY every month. Meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. in Room 200 at the Toronto Public Library, Northern District Branch, 40 Orchard View Blvd (just a block north of Eglinton subway station on Yonge, or half a block west of Yonge). Take the elevator in the lobby to the second floor. Everyone is welcome to attend. Please note: a $5 fee is charged for non-members.

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Interested in supper before the meeting? Starting around 5:30 p.m. (and a few will likely arrive earlier) some of us will get together for dinner at the HO SU Bistro, 2352 Yonge St. It’s just around the corner from the library. The food is Japanese and Korean and the prices are very reasonable.

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RAP SHEET


Alison Gordon (1943-2015)
Pioneering Canadian sports reporter and mystery novelist. Her five books featured Kate Henry, a female sports reporter and amateur detective investigating murders in the professional baseball world.



For upcoming book launches by our members, look at the Rap Sheet on our Upcoming Events page, and refer to the Criminal Activities column in our Crime Scene newsletter.

The Whole She-Bang 2, our Chapter's second anthology is available in e-book and print format.

Award nominees announced
The Agatha Award nominees - winners announced at Malice Domestic 27 (May 1-3, 2015).

The Hammett Prize nominees - winners announced at the New Atlantic Independent Booksellers Association’s (NAIBA) Fall Conference (Oct. 2-4, 2015).

Bouchercon 2014 Awards
Click here for all Anthony Award and Macavity Award winners.



Two groups of writers with Toronto Sisters in Crime have both released anthologies: Thirteen by the Mesdames of Mayhem; and Nefarious North.

Blog: Mystery Maven Canada

Blog: Mesdames of Mayhem

Blog: The 49th Shelf

Interested in starting your own mystery readers' discussion group? Go here for more information.