Wednesday, July 21, 2010

August is a Month of Suspense & Thrillers at Barnes & Noble's Mystery Book Club

In August we're going to have another blow-out feature similar to February's Month of Romantic Suspense. The only difference is I won't be featuring authors on weekends this time, but we will have a different author visiting every weekday.

There will be a mix of new and established authors, famous and not-famous-yet authors. Here are some of the authors who have confirmed:

RICK MOFINA - Monday, August 2

SHILOH WALKER - Tuesday, August 3

BRENDA NOVAK - Wednesday, August 4

WENDY CORSI STAUB - Thursday, August 5

STEVEN H. JACKSON - Friday, August 6

RAFFI YESSAYAN - Monday, August 9

LISA GARDNER - Tuesday, August 10

BRAD PARKS - Wednesday, August 11

BARRY EISLER - Thursday, August 12

KATE BRADY - Friday, August 13

JOSEPH FINDER - Monday, August 16

ALEXANDRA SOKOLOFF - Tuesday, August 17

ALAFAIR BURKE - Wednesday, August 18

MARY BURTON - Thursday, August 19

L.J. SELLERS - Friday, August 20

W.S. GAGER - Monday, August 23

KYLIE BRANT - Tuesday, August 24

CHANDRA HOFFMAN - Wednesday, August 25

LISA BLACK - Thursday, August 26

GRAHAM BROWN - Friday, August 27


BRETT BATTLES - Tuesday, August 31

Coming in September: A Month of Agatha Christie

We will celebrate Dame Agatha's birthday month by featuring her books and movies made about her books. Also, guest authors and Christie-philes will blog about the Queen of Crime.

Coming in October:


And, at a date to be confirmed, LOIS DUNCAN will join us.


Ryan G said...

If I still can't get on in the month of September I'm going to be kicking and screaming. I did manage to finish Peril at End House and like it okay.

I also managed to read a Erle Stanley Gardner book about Perry Mason and loved it.

I hope you guys are having a great time over on BN and hopefully will be able to join you guys again.

Have a great week.

Becke Davis said...

Ryan, I'm so sorry you're still having problems getting onto the boards. Try creating a new sign in - you don't have to use your real email address; just make up one. Let me know if you still have problems - shoot me a note on Twitter.

Becke Davis said...

I REALLY wish Blogger would accept the Askimet spam blocker application.