Walter Mosely in conversation with Joe Ide

Los Angeles noir comes alive as celebrated author Walter Mosley returns with “Blood Grove,” the newest title in his Easy Rawlins saga. It is 1969 and this legendary detective is hired by a Vietnam vet to solve a disappearance and possible murder in a nearby citrus grove. Easy embarks on a crackling, moody and thrilling race though a California teeming with hippies, tycoons, radicals,sociopaths, cops and grifters.

Interviewing Mosley is Joe Ide, a critically-acclaimed author of Japanese American descent. His debut novel “IQ” was inspired by his early experiences growing up in South Central Los Angeles, and by his love of Sherlock Holmes.The fifth title in the IQ series, “Smoke,” will publish on February 23.

Vroman’s Live – LA Crime Writers Panel featuring Steph Cha, Rachel Howzell Hall, Joe Ide, and Naomi Hirahara, Moderated by Désirée Zamorano

November 28 @ 4:00 pm

Join us on Indies First Day and Small Business Saturday for a virtual LA Crime Writers Panel featuring Steph Cha, Rachel Howzell Hall, Joe Ide, and Naomi Hirahara. Moderated by Désirée Zamorano
Los Angeles has always been an epicenter of crime fiction. It has also often been boxed in by stereotypes of what others think of it. This special LA Crime Writers panel feature authors who know the city & county as their home and write what they know.

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Date:
November 28, 2020
Time:
4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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Website:
https://www.vromansbookstore.com/event/la-crime-writers-panel