Tuesday, November 01, 2011

Medieval Noir?

The delightful Jeri Westerson will bring medieval times alive to the Triangle this weekend. Westerson is touring the country by car from her home in California to bring (part of) her collection of medieval weaponry and talk about her latest mystery, Troubled Bones. She will have three visits.
Friday, November 4, 4:00 - Eva Perry Regional Library, Apex
Saturday, November 5, 11:00 - McIntyre's Books, Fearrington Village
Saturday, November 5, 3:00 - Cary Public Library

The Crispin Guest series is one for both adult and young adult readers.

I had dinner with Jeri last fall in San Francisco. She bubbles with enthusiasm for her work. I look forward to hearing her talk about it without being interrupted by servers!


Anonymous said...

i had the pleasure of seeing Jeri's program at Eva Perry Library.She is a delightful funny speaker, knowledgable about the medeval times. And her books are wonderful

Msmstry said...

It was a great event, wasn't it.

Jeri Westerson said...

It was certainly good seeing you again, Molly. Though it would have been cool to do so, I didn't drive across the U.S., but flew and then drove to point A and B. Also, we first met at Malice, and here's the link to that moment and to that enormous chicken pot pie no one could take their eyes off of there. http://www.getting-medieval.com/my_weblog/2011/04/my-first-two-days-at-malice-domestic.html

Msmstry said...

Wow! Time certainly flies, doesn't it?

Thanks again for a great presentation at Eva Perry Library!