Conversation with V.M. Burns | A Tourist's Guide to Murder

VIRTUAL EVENT 
FEBRUARY 2 | 5 PM
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Join us for an interactive, online conversation with author V.M. Burns to discuss A Tourist's Guide to Murder, book number 6 in her Mystery Bookshop series. Joining Burns in conversation is Judge Debra H. Goldstein, who writes Kensington’s Sarah Blair mystery series.

Author, amateur sleuth, and bookstore owner Samantha Washington finds herself on a tragical mystery tour while visiting the land of Miss Marple and Sherlock Holmes in the sixth Mystery Bookshop Series installment from V.M. Burns.

V.M. Burns is the acclaimed author of screenplays, children's books, and cozy mysteries, including the Dog Club Mysteries, the RJ Franklin Mysteries, and the Mystery Bookshop series. Born and raised in South Bend, Indiana, V.M. Burns currently resides in Tennessee with her poodles. She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and a lifetime member of Sisters in Crime.

Judge Debra H. Goldstein writes Kensington’s Sarah Blair mystery series. She is also the author of Should Have Played Poker and IPPY Award winning Maze in Blue. Her short stories have appeared in numerous periodicals and anthologies. An active Birmingham, Alabama civic volunteer, Debra also serves on the national boards of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America, and is president of SEMWA and past president of SinC’s Guppy Chapter.

We invite you to support the author by purchasing a copy of the book from Browseabout Books by clicking HERE. Call-in orders are accepted at (302) 226-2665 or you can stop by the store to purchase a copy. For store hours, please visit their website. Each copy purchased comes with a signed archival bookplate.

NOTE: this meeting is being conducted through Zoom. You MUST REGISTER to receive instructions for joining the meeting.

This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.

Event date: 
Tuesday, February 2, 2021 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Event address: 
133 Rehoboth Ave.
Rehoboth Beach, DE 19971