Monday, September 20, 2010

Gerry Boyle at Kingdom Books, Sept. 25 -- The Books Are Here!

Maine mystery author Gerry Boyle
We always hold our breath for shipping deadlines ... but all the books have arrived, in wonderful stacks of Gerry Boyle's great mysteries, from first to last! Dave just gave me the following to share:

Kingdom Books hosts Maine author Gerry Boyle on Saturday September 25 at 11 a.m. We hope you'll ink in this hour for your foliage weekend schedule -- because Boyle doesn't often come this way, and we have copies of his 2010 Jack McMorrow mystery Damaged Goods, as well as his first book, Deadline, and his eight others.  Kingdom Books has been able to obtain many hardcover editions of all of Gerry Boyle’s backlist, including third printings of his elusive first book Deadline printed in 1993 by North Country Press.

A bibliography of his Jack McMorrow books is as follows:

Deadline (North Country Press, Maine, 1993)
Bloodline (Putnam, 1995)
Lifeline (1996)
Potshot (1997)
Borderline (1998)
Cover Story (1999)
Pretty Dead (2003)
Home Body (2004)
Damaged Goods (2010)

Boyle has started a second series in 2009 in the Brandon Blake Series beginning with the title Port City Shakedown and we have first edition, first printing copies of this book in hardcover. The setting is the waterfront in Portland, Maine.

Signed or inscribed books can be ordered in advance (or for shipment) or when you get here.

Kingdom Books is at 283 East Village Rd in Waterford, but closest to East St. Johnsbury, just half a mile from Route 2. There's only one turn in the village and that's the one; go across the little cement bridge and bear right onto East Village Road. Look for the cinnamon-brown place on the left, half a mile up the hill, with plenty of signs.

This event is free, and we'll have blueberry muffins and more, to salute this great author. To reserve a seat or a book (or two!), call us at 802-751-8374 (yes, we're glad to ship signed copies, too), or


LM Preston said...

Wow! Sounds like fun, wish I could make it.

Beth Kanell said...

That would be great, Lanita -- because then we'd also have people picking up copies of your new sci-fi young adult novel, THE PACK, which has some great tech solutions for life on Mars!