Me and BCon

The gathering of the Tribes of Mystery takes place in Toronto this year, from October 12-15. BoucherCon is the granddaddy of mystery conferences, with nearly four full days of multiple events simultaneously.

If you’re looking for one Laurie King, you’ll find her at these panels:

Thursday 2:30-3:30, Anatomy of Innocence (Grand Centre)

Friday 5-6, interviewing American GoH Megan Abbott (Grand Centre)

And at other times, you’ll trip across her in the book-room, or the bar, or the coffee shop, or looking longingly at the crisp autumnal day out the windows.

You’ll have fun, you’ll make new friends, you’ll find a dozen new writers to love, and you’ll learn lots. Check out the BoucherCon site, here.  See you next month in Toronto!


  1. Susan D on September 16, 2017 at 10:07 am

    Getting so excited, Laurie. Looking forward to seeing lots of readers and writers coming to Toronto.

  2. Sally D on September 30, 2017 at 9:46 pm

    Toronto Reference Library is showing POP Sherlock on the mMain Floor,, an art exhibit of items from their world-class A Conan Doyle collection. I was also pleased to see many Laurie King-Mary Russell series books included on shelves of Sherlock-related publications. They are on shelves in a period reading room on the 5th floor Special Collections area.
    For more info see

  3. Julia on October 7, 2017 at 6:19 am

    Really looking forward to it – and I’m going on one of the Tours of the Conan Doyle Collection on Wednesday

    • Laurie King on October 7, 2017 at 10:19 am

      Hope it’s great!

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