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April 9, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Due to COVID-19, this public appearance is now online. Join Joe and I on Zoom.

Meeting ID: 675 775 000
Meeting Link: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/675775000

Greater Portland/Vancouver folks: travel “beyond the bridge” to St. John’s Two Rivers Bookstore, where dueling mystery authors thrust and parry over character quirks, plot secrets and action clips from River Run: a Delia Chavez Mystery by J. S. James and Crossroad by W. H. Cameron. All interested in the genre are invited to come and join in the repartee. At Two Rivers Bookstore a “magical confluence happens where art, music and community combine, clash and show up . . .” As unique bookstore concepts go, new and current patrons are in for a treat!

Cover Art: Crossroad by W.H. CameronCrossroad is the first in a new series featuring the prickly yet resolute apprentice mortician Melisende Dulac, who stumbles upon a horrific car crash on a desolate road in the Oregon high desert – and into a vortex of treachery and long-buried secrets that threaten not only her freedom, but her life.

Cover Art: River Run by J.S. JamesRiver Run is the debut mystery by J.S. James, introducing deputy sheriff Delia Chavez as she investigates the murder of hunters in the Willamette Valley.

James lives near Portland, Oregon with his family, including their “Velcro” Vizsla and furry red exercise machine, Maggie. He grew up fishing and hunting in Oregon. River Run won first place in the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association’s mystery/thriller contest, and was runner-up and “highly commended” in the Crime Writer’s Association’s Debut Dagger contest.

Two Rivers Bookstore
8836 N. Lombard Street
Portland, 97203


April 9, 2020
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Two Rivers Bookstore
8836 N. Lombard Street
Portland, OR 97203 United States
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