Mystery Loves Compay
202 S. Morris Street
Oxford MD 21654

800.538.0042

410.226.0010

Winter Hours: Friday, Saturday & Sunday, Monday

10 am – 4 pm

During inclement weather, we will post store and event changes on Facebook and on our answering machine.

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Events:

March 21 (OXFORD) 12 noon – 3pm. Espionage author Bill Rapp returns to Oxford to sign his new historical novel TEARS OF INNOCENCE ($25.95). In post-WWII Berlin a man is tasked with hunting down and resettling some scientists who worked on the German war machine.


April 26 (OXFORD) 12 noon – 3pm. Ellen Crosby signs her second Sophie Medina mystery GHOST IMAGE ($25.95). Sophie, a professional photographer, agrees to an assignment to photograph the wedding of a friend, who happens to be the uncrowned grand duke of Austria. She goes with his family to the Franciscan monastery in DC site of the upcoming wedding, but finds a body in the garden there, and it is someone she knows very well. I loved this book and think this is her best book yet.

 

May 1-3 (BETHESDA) Malice Domestic traditional mystery convention. We will be dealers at this convention. Please let us know is you would like signed copies from the Malice authors. More information on authors who are attending and registration at www.malicedomestic.org

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

MLC Oxford

 

Welcome to Mystery Loves Company in Oxford, Your bookshop for Scribes of the Shore.

House for rent in FranceFollow Kathy's blog about the little house in France they have purchased and will be offering for rent.

 

 

Fun feature on MLC from talbotspry.com:  The Mysterious Case of Retirement of Kathy Harig

  New article In Praise of Independent Bookstores features MLC.

Read Sister-in-Crime's blog's posting about MLC.

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Comments or Questions? We’ll do our best to give you great service. Email us at
info@mysterylovescompany.com

Kathy was the moderator on the panel for Dec 21, 2010 2nd Annual Science is Murder event at The Washington Academy of Sciences. Read the minutes.

Listen to recent WCEI interviews

Laura Lippman interview

Peter Imirie interview (To Touch the Wind)

Carol Rizzoli's HOUSE AT ROYAL OAK interview

Andy Nunoz and Ghosts of the Eastern Shore book

 

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