Bouchercon, aka The World Mystery Convention, will be held in Albany in September 2013. Bouchercon is a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization that holds an annual convention in honor of Anthony Boucher, the distinguished mystery fiction critic, editor and author. It is …

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What’s it like to be a female law enforcement officer in the tri-cities? Margaret Mazza will answer questions about her 20 years with the Schenectady Police force at the Sat. June 16 meeting of the Upper Hudson chapter of Sisters …

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At our May 2012 meeting, Upper Hudson SinC member Beth Anderson gave a talk about best-selling author Linda Fairstein and her Alexandra Cooper mystery series.     At our November 2011 meeting, members Betsy Bitner, Nancy Means Wright and Robert …

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Attorney, Advocate, Author–An overview of Linda Fairstein’s writing Linda Fairstein is the New York Times best-selling author of the Alexandra Cooper mystery series. Her protagonist prosecutes sex crimes for the Manhattan District Attorney’s office. The series is far more than …

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Taking the Mystery out of E-readers and E-books Sorting out e-readers and finding e-books can be mysterious. The members of the Upper Hudson Chapter of Sisters in Crime will attempt to sort out the pros and cons of electronic media …

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