PAST STORE EVENTS:
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Chester Campbell holding the launch cake for The Good, the Bad, and the Murderous, the second book in his Sid Chance mystery series. http://www.chesterdcampbell.com/
Saturday, October 8, 2011
Jennie Bentley (Bente Gallagher) at the launch party of Flipped OUT, the fifth book in her Do-It-Yourself mystery series. http://www.jenniebentley.com/
Saturday, September 24, 2011
J.T. Ellison discussing Where All the Dead Lie, the seventh installment in her Taylor Jackson series. http://www.jtellison.com/
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Signing table with flowers sent to author by publisher and Lisa Wysocky holding her launch cake for her debut mystery novel "The Opium Equation". www.lisawysocky.com
Saturday, July 30, 2011
D.B. (Debbie) Henson holds her launch cake discusses her debut mystery, "Deed to Death". http://www.dbhenson.com/
Saturday, March 26, 2011
A. Scott Pearson takes a few moments away from his fans and the signing of "Public Anatomy", his second medical thriller, to pose near our 3rd Birthday celebration cake. www.ascottpearson.com
Saturday, Mar 5, 2011
Sophie Littlefield and J.T. Ellison, at our first ever double signing, talking about their new books "Aftertime", the first in a new series (www.sophielittlefield.com) and "So Close the Hand of Death", the sixth in the Taylor Jackson series. (www.jtellison.com)
Sophie with her dad and his wife who drove down from KY that morning to suprise her.
Saturday, Jan 8, 2011
Jennie Bentley (Bente Gallagher) takes a break from signing to display the launch cake for "Morter and Murder", the fourth book in her "Do-it-Yourself" mystery series. www.jenniebentley.com
Saturday, Dec 4, 2010
Marco Conelli, a retired New York dective, displays his new book, "Matthew Livingston and the Politics of Death" the third installment in the Matthew Livingston series.
Saturday, Oct 30, 2010
Jeff Schettler discussing "Red Dog Rising" and his experiences as a California policeman with his K9 bloodhoud, Ronin. Jeff is the co-owner of the K9 National Training in Atlanta, GA. http://gak9.com/index.html
Special guest, "Bear" a german shepherd in training to be a guide dog.
Saturday, Sep 25, 2010
Local author, Chester Campbell and Mary hold cake commemorating the worldwide launch and signing of "A Sporting Murder", Chester's fifth book in his Greg McKenzie series. http://www.chesterdcampbell.com/
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Local author and circuit court judge, Kip Gaydon discussed and signed his debut novel "Miscarriage of Justice".
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Donald Bain, author of over 100 books, was the guest of honor at our 2nd anniversary celebration which launched "Murder She Wrote: Nashville Noir", the thirty-third book in the Jessica Fletcher series. www.donaldbain.com
Donald Bain with his wife Renee Paley-Bain and fans. Renee, also a writer, collaborates on the "Murder She Wrote" series.
Our birthday/launch cake.
Saturday, March 6, 2010
Jennie Bentley read from and signed her new mystery "Poisoned and Plastered", the third book in the Do-It-Yourself Home Renovation mystery series. Mysteries & More held a launch party to celebrate being the first bookstore to host a signing for this book. www.jenniebentley.com
Wednesday, January 27, 2010
Alan Gordan discussed and signed "The Parisian Prodigal" The eight book in the Fool's Guild series.
Saturday, October 24, 2009
E. Michael Terrell discussed and signed her debut mystery novel Racing the Devil.
Beth and fan. www.emichaelterrell.com
Tuesday, September 15, 2009
Timothy Hallinan discussed and signed his latest novel, Breathing Water: A Bangkok Thriller, the third book in the Poke Rafferty series. Tim also presented a very interesting and informative slideshow of Bangkok today.
Tim making his presentation to a very attentive audience and signing his book for local fan Marie Lewis while Nashville mystery writer Chester Campbell looks on. www.timothyhallinan.com
Friday, August 28, 2009
Gerald Elias, violinist, teacher, conductor, and composer, discussed and signed his debut mystery, "Devil's Trill". During the evening, Mr Elias also played the Devil's Trill Sonata by Tartini.
Jerry playing Devil's Trill for our mystery/music fans. www.geraldelias.com
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Jennie Bentley, local Nashville mystery writer visited Mysteries & More to discuss and sign her latest book, "Spackled and Spooked", the second novel in the Do-It-Yourself Home Renovation mystery series.
Mary & Jennie www.jenniebentley.com
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Eric Stone was at Mysteries & More to discuss and sign "Shanghied", the fourth in the Ray Sharp thriller series. Eric also presented an very interesting and captivating slideshow of photographs he had taken in the Far East.
Eric and fans during slideshow presentation and signing. www.ericstone.com
Thursday, June 11, 2009
Five mystery writers and board members of Sisters In Crime dropped by the store to visit after touring the Ingram Book Distribution Center in nearby Lavergne, TN.
Standing from left to right: Nancy Martin, member at large (www.nancymartinmysteries.com), Judy Clemems, President (www.judyclemens.com), Marcia Talley, Vice President/President Elect (www.marciatalley.com), Jim Huang, Bookstore Liaison (www.themysterycompany.com), and Mary Saums, Secretary/Monitoring Project Liaison (www.marysaums.com). Seated: Greg & Mary
Wednesday, June 3, 2009
Lyndsay Faye, actress and mystery writer from Manhatten, visited Mysteries & More to discuss her debut novel Dust and Shadow, a Sherlock Holmes vs Jack the Ripper thriller. The event attracted a full house of fans including members of the Nashville Scholars of the 3 Pipe Problem, a local Sherlockian society. www.lyndsayfaye.com
Lyndsay discussing and answering questions about her novel, Dust and Shadow.
Tuesday, April 28, 2009
Mystery author, Denise Swanson, visited our book club to discuss her book, Murder of a Small-Town Honey, the club's reading selection for April. She also talked about her other Scrumble River mysteries including her latest one, Murder of a Royal Pain. www.deniseswanson.com
Denise and fans.
Saturday, April 11, 2009
Atlanta author and lecturer, Patricia Sprinkle, helped us celebrate the completion of our first year in business by meeting and greeting customers and signing many of her mystery books. www.patriciasprinkle.com
Patricia with two of our local Nashville authors, Jennie Bentley (www.jenniebentley.com) and J. B. Thompson (http://jbtauthor.blogspot.com).
Our birthday cake
Saturday, December 13, 2008
Local mystery writer, Chester D. Campbell autographed his four "Greg Makenzie" books: Secret of the Scroll, Designed to Kill, Deadly Illusions, and The Marathon Murders during Mysteries & More's Holiday Open House. www.chesterdcampbell.com
Chester with his wife Sarah
Chester with the Pizazz Quartet who stopped by to sing a few Christmas Carols
Saturday, September 13, 2008
Mary Saums book signing at Lenox Village's "Second Saturday Celebration" event. www.marysaums.com
Mary signing copies of "Thistle and Twigg" and "Mighty Old Bones".
Mary & Mary enjoying one of the few quiet moments.
Saturday, August 9, 2008
Eric Wilson book signing at Lenox Village's "Second Saturday Celebration" event. www.wilsonwriter.com
Eric with "A Shred of Truth", "The Best of Evil", "Expiration Date" and several other books he has written.
Saturday, April 19, 2008
Steven Womack book signing at Mysteries & More's Grand Opening. www.stevenwomack.com
Steven, author of "Murder Manual" and "By Blood Written", with Mary and fellow local mystery writer, Eric Wilson.