San Franciscan Cara Black, whose latest novel is “Murder in Pigalle,” is participating in this weekend’s inaugural California Capital Book Festival, the city’s first book festival since the 1990s.
San Franciscan Cara Black, whose latest novel is “Murder in Pigalle,” is participating in this weekend’s inaugural California Capital Book Festival, the city’s first book festival since the 1990s. Michael Allen Jones Sacramento Bee Staff Photo
San Franciscan Cara Black, whose latest novel is “Murder in Pigalle,” is participating in this weekend’s inaugural California Capital Book Festival, the city’s first book festival since the 1990s. Michael Allen Jones Sacramento Bee Staff Photo

Free California Capital Book Festival debuts in Sacramento

October 23, 2014 9:00 AM

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