Festival of Books recap

I wanted to thank everyone that stopped by the Sisters in Crime booth at the LA Times Festival of Books this past weekend. I had a great time meeting new readers and new authors and seeing a few repeat customers. It was a pleasure to spend the beautiful day around so many book lovers. I even made it on the local KTLA news!

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If you were unable to attend or had missed my signing, my books are available at Amazon.com, barnesandnoble.com and other online retailers. If you’d like an autographed copy, you can check out my page on Authorsden.com and order a personalized paperback copy to be mailed directly to you.

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Thank you again. I hope to see you all next year!

About Melissa M. Garcia

Born in La Mirada, California, Melissa M. Garcia (@MelissaM_Garcia) has lived most of her life in the sometimes gritty and always entertaining Southern California. She graduated from California State University in Long Beach with a degree in English/Literature. Melissa 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). Melissa recently released an e-book collection, Faith Departed: Short Stories of Mystery, Crime, and Despair.  Her novels are available in paperback and e-book formats. She currently lives with her husband in Southern California and is at work on the next Death Valley Mystery.

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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