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Bone Crossed Book Tour

As you probably know the fourth Mercy Thompson book, Bone Crossed, is being published by ACE on Feb. 3rd. To support her first hardcover release, national bestseller Patricia Briggs is going on a 7-city book tour. Kicking off her tour in Seattle, Patty will be traveling to the following cities and stores: 

February 3rd
University Books
7:00pm
Seattle, WA

February 4th
Third Place Books
7:00pm
Lake Forest Park, WA

February 5th
Powell's Books (Beaverton Store)
7:00pm
Portland, OR

February 6th
Borderlands Books
7:00pm
San Francisco, CA

February 7th
Mysterious Galaxy Books
2:00pm
San Diego, CA

February 8th
Barnes &  Noble (Bella Terra)
2:00pm
Huntington Beach, CA

February 9th
Borders (Waters Place)
7:00pm
Ann Arbor, MI

Sadly, none of these are near me. So if one of them is near you, make sure to go and show her some big fat Mercy love! And make sure to tell me all about it afterward...

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  1. I love this book series.

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  2. So do I, Hagelrat. Only a few more days...

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  3. Looking forward to this one! (But after reading the first chapter I'm worried about Stefan. And, yeah, I know: In a world full of shifters, why the heck am I harping on the vamp? Sigh...)

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  4. Chelle, lol. If it makes you feel any better, I'm worried about Stefan too! Got a soft spot in my heart for that kooky vamp.

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  5. Pacific Northwest, Pacific Northwest, California, More California...

    (sighing)

    MICHIGAN?!

    I think I'll mark my calendar! Thanks so much for the info! :)

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  6. Wonderings, you are most welcome. And have a wonderful time!

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  7. Hey Angie/Elph,

    I'll be going to the signing in Ann Arbor. (Providing, of course, that my manager honors my day-off request. Sigh.) Would you like me to get a copy of Moon Called or some such signed for you?

    --Nan from Readerville.

    P.S. If you don't have my email, the one I'm willing to post in comments is rosedaughter531@hotmail.com

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  8. Nan! Email on its way...

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