Award winning author/photographer/publisher Kitty Migaki will explain why her book Alphabet Denver--A GPS Alphabet Hunt Book--is not your grandfather's alphabet book. Kitty's "eye candy" photographs of the ABCs captured in architecture at the most frequently visited places around downtown Denver will stump even the most well-traveled Denver native. Each letter is partnered with an original poem, for tongue pleasing reading.
Laura DiSilverio, a retired Air Force intelligence officer, writes the Colorado-set Swift Investigations series featuring odd couple PIs Charlie Swift and Gigi Goldman, who the Boston Globe referred to as "Cagney and Lucy." She also writes the Mall Cop Mysteries, featuring partially disabled veteran Emma Joy "EJ" Ferris. Suspense magazine named the first in the series, Die Buying, as one of the top 4 cozy mysteries of 2011. Her latest book is Swift Edge.
Add a little more mystery to your life! Join us for refreshments and a lively discussion. Share your favorite authors and titles, and catch up on new releases and other mystery news. This month's title is The Princess of Burundi by Kjell Eriksson.
Add a little more mystery to your life! Join us for refreshments and a lively discussion. Share your favorite authors and titles, and catch up on new releases and other mystery news. March's book is Wolves Eat Dogs by Martin Cruz Smith.
When Collins moved to the Denver area, she had a 2-year-old and was 6 months pregnant. She immediately began searching for a resource of fun and interesting places to take her children. Most of the information she found was either for older children or focused on a specific area or activity. She wanted a wide array of destinations for every season and every budget. Since she couldn't find one, she decided to create one. In the process, she learned a great deal about the city we all call home, made many good friends, discovered some true gems, and created the book Playdate With Denver.