Mercy Kill-Midwest Connections

January 26, 2011

Fourth-generation South Dakotan Lori Armstrong takes readers straight into the heart of rural South Dakota with Mercy Kill, a fast-paced, thrilling follow-up toThe Wall Street Journal bestseller No Mercy.

“With a gutsy heroine, sharp humor, and a strong sense of place, Armstrong has created a winning series. The female veteran perspective is particularly fresh — not unlike a young V. I. Warshawski gone rural. Craig Johnson and C. J. Box fans should like it, too. Highly recommended.”
Library Journal – starred review

Author Lori Armstrong left the firearms industry in 2000. She is the author of the 2009 Wall Street Journal bestseller No Mercy, the first book starring Mercy Gunderson. She is also the author of the Julie Collins mystery series, and her novel Snow Blind was awarded the 2009 Shamus Award for Best Paperback Original by the Private Eye Writers of America. Her books have won the Willa Cather Literary Award and have been nominated for the High Plains Book Award as well as the Daphne du Maurier Award. Lori is a fourth-generation South Dakotan and lives with her family in Rapid City.


Mike Perry at The Grand

January 12, 2011

Mike Perry will present the Clodhopper Monologues at the Grand Event Center, Friday January 14, 2011. Mike will take the stage at 7:30 pm. Tickets are available at Monkey See, Monkey Read or at sneezingcow.com.

Here’s a little taste of Mike’s take on life.


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