Tace Baker

Quaker Author Lauds New Book

Philip Gulley has endorsed Bluffing is Murder, saying, “Who knew Quakers could be so exciting!  Bluffing Is Murder starts with a bang and doesn’t let up.  A wonderful addition to the Lauren Rousseau series!” Gulley is a Quaker pastor and the author of the Harmony and Hope series, as well as Living the Quaker Way.

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A Great Review

Midwest Book Review liked Speaking of Murder and recommends it for your reading list. “It is clear from a reading of “Speaking of Murder” that author Tace Baker has a genuine knack for spinning a deftly crafted mystery that will keep the readers rapt and total attention from beginning to end. Also available in a Kindle edition ($5.95), “Speaking of Murder” is a highly entertaining and recommended addition to personal leisure time reading lists and community library Mystery/Suspense collections.“

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Bestsellers Cafe Reading

I will be reading and signing Speaking of Murder at the fabulous Bestsellers Cafe on Sunday, January 6, from 2 to 3:30. This newly reopened bookstore and cafe sits on the banks of the Mystic River in Medford Square, Massachusetts (24 High Street). The owners love authors, good books, and community. Come on down and support them Sunday afternoon and any time you want a warm, congenial place to have a cappucino or browse for books. Or both!

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December Events

The New England Mobile Book Fair is hosting a Gala Mystery Night on December 6 this year from 6 to 9 PM. All the best New England mystery and crime fiction writers will be there signing books, including Tace. Her signing slot is from 8 to 9 PM. She will also be part of, and moderating, a three-author panel at the Arlington, MA Robbins Library on December 11 at 7 PM. Stop by and listen to Steve Ulfelder,  Michele McPhee, and Tace talk about “It’s a Mystery to Me.” They’ll be selling books, too. On December 16 Tace will be signing at the Bestseller’s…

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Boston Book Festival

I’ll be selling and signing Speaking of Murder at the Boston Book Festival on September 28 from noon to 1 PM in the Sisters in Crime New England booth #32 (near Trinity Church). It’s a fabulous free festival with authors and books everywhere you turn. Make sure you introduce yourself when you stop by! Two weekends later I’ll be in Dedham, Massachusetts at the New England Crime Bake conference, learning and networking and even selling a few books. The theme this year is A Deadly Business!

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