Sisters in Crime Booth Information for LA Times Festival of Books

I will be signing my novels at the Sisters in Crime Booth at the LA Times Festival of Books on Saturday at the USC campus. I hope you can stop by and say hello.

The Sisters in Crime booth number is #373 next to Mystery Writers of America and Mystery Ink. The booth is between Taper Hall and Bovard. We are close to the Poetry Stage.

Driving Directions
The USC campus is located about 2 miles southwest from Downtown and 1 mile from the intersection of the Santa Monica Freeway (I-10) and the Harbor Freeway (I-110). The most convenient freeway exit is from I-110 onto Exposition Boulevard. At the end of the exit you will see the campus on the right-hand side one block down the street. Another convenient access is to exit from Santa Monica Freeway (I-10) on Vermont south to Jefferson Boulevard.

For parking information visit: Parking is $10, but the festival is FREE!

Closest parking to the Sisters in Crime Booth is PS D (near the Shrine Auditorium). Enter Gate #4 off Jefferson Blvd.

Born in La Mirada, California, Melissa M. Garcia has lived most of her life in the sometimes gritty, but always entertaining landscape that is Southern California. She graduated from California State University in Long Beach with a degree in English/Literature. Garcia is the author of the Luc Actar crime series (including Falling Angels and Chasing Demons) and the Death Valley Mystery series (Stranger: A Death Valley Mystery). She has also published an e-book collection, Faith Departed: Short Stories of Mystery, Crime, and Despair.

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