Gaithersburg
Book Festival
Saturday
May 16, 2015 10am - 6pm
Gaithersburg
City Hall
Grounds

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Take a Chance! Come to the Gaithersburg Book Festival!

by Elizabeth Zipf Richard Montgomery High School, Class of 2014 For me, when I’m considering going to something like the Gaithersburg Book Festival, one of the main problems is that I don’t know anyone to go with. What I’ve found, though, is that although you can invite your friends (and should!), you don’t necessarily need […]

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Q&A with Phillip Margolin

Phillip Margolin, author of “Sleight of Hand,” has written 16 New York Times best-sellers, including “Capitol Murder” and “Supreme Justice.” Each of his books displays a unique, compelling insider’s view of criminal behavior, which comes from his long background as a criminal defense attorney who handled 30 murder cases. With “Vanishing Acts,” he teamed up […]

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Flash Fiction? Or Narrative Bio?

by Orest Stelmach from his website You step onto the subway, uncertain if you want to be on this train. You’re supposed to meet someone, but you’re not sure you really care. The doors hiss. You turn. They slam shut in your face. Too late now. You’re along for the ride. The train takes off […]

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Q&A with Jennifer Harlow

Jennifer Harlow is the author of two mystery series – the F.R.E.A.K.S. Squad (“Mind Over Monsters” and “To Catch a Vampire”) and her newest, Midnight Magic (“What’s A Witch To Do?”) . She spent her restless childhood fighting with her three brothers and scaring the heck out of herself with horror movies and books. She […]

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Q&A with Larry Matthews

Larry Matthews is a former broadcast journalist whose 30+ years as a reporter, anchor, news director, producer and editor provide the background material for many of his books. “Brass Knuckles” is the second book in his Dave Haggard thriller series about a radio reporter with a taste for investigative journalism.  The series takes place in […]

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Q&A with 2012 Featured Author M.K.Graff

Marni Graff is the author of the Nora Tierney mystery series, set in the UK. “The Blue Virgin” is set in Oxford; “The Green Remains” in Cumbria. Graff is also co-author of “Writing in a Changing World,” a primer on writing groups and critique techniques. She also is the author of a weekly mystery review […]

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Q&A with 2012 Featured Author Thomas Young

Thomas Young is the author of the suspense novel “Silent Enemy” (Putnam Adult), which follows the characters of his previous novel, “The Mullah’s Storm.” In addition to being the author of three books, Young is a veteran of the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. He serves as a Senior Master Sergeant in the Air National […]

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Brad Parks: Recommended Read of 2011

Brad Parks is the author of “Eyes of the Innocent” and “Faces of the Gone,” which won the Nero Award for Best American Mystery and the Shamus Award for Best First Mystery. Parks was the first author in the combined 60-year history of the Nero and the Shamus to win both awards for the same […]

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Alan Orloff: Recommended Reads of 2011

Alan Orloff is the author of the Agatha Award Finalist “Diamonds for the Dead,” which Publisher’s Weekly called a “thought-provoking debut.” Orloff also writes the Last Laff Mystery series: “Killer Routine” and the upcoming “Deadly Campaign,” which will be released next month.   Orloff’s “excellent books” read in 2011 include:   “Innocent Monster” by Reed […]

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Thomas Kaufman: Recommended Reads of 2011

You may not know his name, but if you watch television, you’ve probably seen Thomas Kaufman‘s work. This Emmy award-winning director and cameraman is the author of two mystery novels: “Steal the Show” and “Drink the Tea.” His work behind the television camera includes filming “The FBI Files,” “The Prosecutors,” and “New Detectives” for Discovery […]

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