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Minnesota Not So Nice - Anthology Launch - Virtual

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Join editors and authors on Tuesday, September 22nd from 7p-8p as they celebrate the launch of the new anthology from the Twin Cities Chapter of Sisters in Crime: Minnesota Not So Nice: Eighteen Tales of Bad Behavior.

When “Minnesota Nice” flies out the window, Bad Behavior takes center stage. The Twin Cities Chapter of Sisters in Crime explores what defines the legendary “Minnesota Nice” and why Bad Behavior sometimes has its own rewards in their latest mystery anthology. Eighteen tales of Bad Behavior from some of Minnesota’s best crime fiction authors.


Barbara Deese is the author of the No Ordinary Women Book club mysteries, as well as short fiction.

Michael Allan Mallory’s short fiction has appeared in numerous anthologies and he is co-author of two novels featuring mystery’s first zoologist sleuth.

Timya Owen is an author and editor whose first work appeared in the mystery anthology Dark Side of the Loon: Where History Meets Mystery.

“This not-to-be missed collection of mysteries captures everything there is to love-and fear-about those who live in the land of hot dishes and 10,000 lakes. These talented writers will make sure you never look at Minnesota Nice in the same way again.”

-- Kristi Belcamino (USA Today Best-Selling Crime Fiction Writer)

“Delightfully devious!”

-- Anne Frasier (New York Times Best-Selling Author)

“…sit back and savor these twisted tales of mystery and imagination, brought to you with an unmistakably Minnesota flavor. You’ll soon discover why readers can’t get enough of our state’s rich community of writers.”

-- Brian Freeman (New York Times Best-Selling Author)

Event Date: 
Tuesday, September 22, 2020 - 7:00pm to 8:00pm
604 W. 26th Street
Minneapolis, MN 55405
Minnesota Not So Nice: Eighteen Tales of Bad Behavior Cover Image
By Barbara Merritt Deese (Editor), Pat Dennis (Editor), Michael Mallory (Editor)
ISBN: 9780999437124
Availability: Backordered
Published: Twin Cities Chapter Sisters in Crime, LLC - September 4th, 2020