We’d like to thank Tammy-Li Carrick for the photos shown in the following collages.
We also send a huge Thank You to Ken Quan for the lovely photos immediately following the collages!
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Below: Sleuth of Baker Street bookstore, 907 Millwood Road, Toronto.
The food table was laden with wonderful treats: home-baked cookies by Joan O’Callaghan, a fruit tray from Rosemary McCracken and Ed Piwowarczyk, and sandwiches and cheese from the Carricks.
Excellent musical background was provided by Ted Carrick.
Author Rosemary Aubert (the Ellis Portal mystery series) chats with Ed Callway. We thank Ed and Madeleine for bringing the wine, and Ed for manning the drinks table.
Donna takes a break with Ted and Tammy-Li Carrick.
Hard-working authors arrive early to sign copies of World Enough and Crime.
Left to right: Authors and friends Judy Penz Sheluk, Sylvia Maultash Warsh, Melodie Campbell and Dave Campbell.
Donna, Ted and Tammy-Li visit with dear friend Sophia Quan.
The store was hopping with energy throughout the event.
Donna takes time out for a quick photo-op with our anthology.
Our lovely anthology among the many great crime books!
A crowded bookstore is a beautiful sight.
Dear friend Gaby Gaedecke was a very welcome guest, sharing a hug with Donna and Tammy-Li.
Sleuth of Baker Street store owner Marian Misters rings up a sale of World Enough and Crime.
Percy stands guard over the book-stash!
Melodie Campbell (The Artful Goddaughter) reads from her story “Cover Girl”.
Donna Carrick (The First Excellence) reads from her story “Doctor Shediac”.
Rosemary Aubert (Don’t Forget You Love Me) reads from her story “The Prime Suspect”.
Rosemary McCracken (Black Water) reads from her story “Antonia”.
Alex Carrick (“Five Scoops” is an Addiction) discusses the inspiration for his story “The Peace of Mind Thief”.
Bianca Marais reads from her story “The Savages Among Us”.
Joan O’Callaghan (Amazing Days) reads from her story “Runaway”. Earlier Joan also read from “Delights in Novelty” by Brad Ling.
The yummy food and wine provided a welcome re-fuelling for our gathering.
John Thompson (Spirit Over Steel – MKII) reads from his story “What Fresh Hell is This?”
Ed Piwowarczyk reads from his story “The Angels Wait”.
M.H. (Madeleine) Callway (Windigo Fire) reads from “The Ultimate Mystery”. Earlier, Madeleine also read from “Potluck” by Lynne Murphy.
Alex Carrick (“Four Scoops” is Over the Top) reads from his story “The Peace of Mind Thief”. Earlier, Alex also read from “Live Free or Die”, by Judy Penz Sheluk.
Our thanks to Holly Quibbell and Thomas Cazes for providing delicious gourmet tea samples for our event!
Thomas chats with Carrick family friend Sophia Quan.
Below, left to right: Madeleine Harris-Callway, Donna Carrick and son Thomas Cazes.
Donna chats with long-time friend Stephanie Bell.
Authors M.H. (Madeleine) Callway (left) and Rosemary Aubert (right) enjoy a break with friend and fellow-writer.
We want to thank everyone who made this day a great success!