Four Northern California mystery writers will appear onstage in conversation with each other. It will be a “panel discussion,” of sorts, in which the authors will collectively answer questions about how they do what they do, talk about their main character and explain why the mystery-thriller genres are so enduringly popular.

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When Jack Gavron built a miniature house and filled it with books for his senior project at C.K. McClatchy High School this spring, he joined a community of about 15,000 Little Free Library stewards worldwide and nearly 30 registered in the Sacramento area.
The season isn’t slowing down with titles or author appearances throughout the Sacramento area.
Summer means travel, relaxation and the companionship of a can’t-put-it-down book or two, or more likely several. The landslide of summer titles will continue into September, when the multibillion-dollar publishing industry will begin releasing its marquee titles in time for the holiday gift-giving season.
Al Pierleoni has two titles to suggest for summer.

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