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And a big Thank You goes out to the fantastic award-winning authors who have blurbed our book to date: Louise Penny, Scott MacKay, and Elizabeth Duncan.

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>>>Our Upcoming Events<<<

Thursday, January 15, 2015

Toronto Fire Services (and author) Captain John Kenny will present "Fire & Ink: Truth and Fiction in Firefighting", discussing the reality of firefighting vs. how traditionally the firefighter is portrayed in print, TV and film. He will also read from his debut novel, The Spark.

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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.

Join Us!

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



"I don’t make a distinction between the so-called serious or literary novel and the crime novel." RIP P.D. James (1920-2014)

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.

Bouchercon 2014 Awards
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Two groups of writers with Toronto Sisters in Crime have both released anthologies: Thirteen by the Mesdames of Mayhem; and Nefarious North.

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Blog: Mesdames of Mayhem

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