Thursday, November 3, 7:00PM
Colfax Avenue

In My Bad: A Mile High Noir local author Manuel Ramos continues the tory of Gus Corral. An ex-con, Gus is fresh out of jail and intent on keeping his nose clean. He's living in his sister's basement when he gets a job working as an investigator for his attorney, Luis Montez. An activist in the Chicano Movement of the 1960s and 1970s, Montez is slowing down and getting close to retirement. My Bad races to a walloping conclusion in a Rocky Mountain blizzard, leaving fans of crime novels eagerly awaiting the next installment.
Saturday, November 5, 7:00PM
Colfax Avenue

In the small Colorado town of Cedar Valley, where hikers pack the fields in the summer and skiers take over the mountains in the winter, someone has uncovered lies and a murder that continues a chain of events that began almost forty years ago. Local author Emily Littlejohn will present and sign  Inherit the Bones, her mesmerizing debut about detective Gemma Monroe.
Monday, November 7, 7:00PM
Aspen Grove

One night with two great mysteries! In local author Laura DiSilverio's Close Call, Sydney Ellison mistakes a killer's phone for her own and is drawn back to a past she thought she'd left behind for good. Hank Phillippi Ryan continues her award-winning Jane Ryland series with  Say No More. When Boston reporter Jane Ryland reports hit and run, she soon learns she saw more than a car crash, she witnessed the collapse of an alibi.
Saturday, November 12, 7:00PM
Historic LoDo

Christopher Farnsworth, author of The Eternal World, will discuss and sign  Killfile, a high concept thriller which seamlessly combines history, biotechnology, action, and adventure. John Smith possesses a special gift that seams more like a curse: he can access other people's thoughts. Hunted by shadowy enemies with expensive resources and unknown motives, John must go off the grid, and he knows that using his powers to their fullest potential is his only hope for survival.
Monday, November 21, 7:00PM
Colfax Avenue

David Morrell, the award-winning author of First Blood, in which Rambo was created, will discuss and sign Ruler of the Night, the sensational climax to his acclaimed Victorian mystery trilogy. Like Morrell's previous Thomas de Quincey novels, Ruler of the Night blends fact and fiction to an exceptional degree, this time focusing on an actual Victorian murder so startling that it changed the culture - in this case, the first murder on an English train, it's brutality stoking fears that the newly invented railway would, as one newspaper predicted, "annihilate time and space."

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