Mystery novelists Cindy Sample (pictured), Rae James, Susan Span and Kathleen Asay invite you to their discussion, “Women of Mystery,” on Wednesday evening in Loomis, where the women will divulge secrets of their craft.
Mystery novelists Cindy Sample (pictured), Rae James, Susan Span and Kathleen Asay invite you to their discussion, “Women of Mystery,” on Wednesday evening in Loomis, where the women will divulge secrets of their craft. Michael Allen Jones mjones@sacbee.com
Mystery novelists Cindy Sample (pictured), Rae James, Susan Span and Kathleen Asay invite you to their discussion, “Women of Mystery,” on Wednesday evening in Loomis, where the women will divulge secrets of their craft. Michael Allen Jones mjones@sacbee.com

Writers from Capitol Crimes share secrets of the craft

August 21, 2016 08:00 AM

UPDATED August 22, 2016 12:55 AM

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