UPDATED: Mystery Webcast Monday July 27, 2015!

Hello Scholars! Just an update on Monday’s Webcast. PW has kindly given us permission to reprint the PowerPoint Presentation from the show. If you missed the event but still want to check out what was said, you have several options:

You can click the hyperlink below to view and download the list of new titles as a pdf:


Or, you can listen to the recorded presentation with audio by clicking HERE

Or, you can view comments made from our Twitter account during the live panel using the hastag   #BerkeleyMysteryFiction from @BerkeleyMystery



PW’s Marvelous Mysteries Webcast – hosted by PW senior reviews editor Peter Cannon

Hello scholars!

Just a heads up – PW is inviting you to join senior reviews editor Peter Cannon, and a panel of special guest publishers for a  mid-summer mystery-loving webcast.

In this discussion, the panelists will be exploring how rich and diverse the genre is, from cozies and traditional mysteries to hard-boiled PI fiction and military action thrillers, and sharing their picks for the hottest mystery titles of the season.


Peter Cannon, senior reviews editor – Publishers Weekly


David Ivester, Marketing & Publicity Manager – Oceanview Publishing

Juliet Grames, Associate Publisher – Soho Press

Sonali Oberg, Director, Product Marketing – American Bar Association

For more information: http://www.publishersweekly.com/webcasts


3 thoughts on “UPDATED: Mystery Webcast Monday July 27, 2015!

  1. I was not able to listen to all of it, but it was fascinating. Will listen to it all again when the archive is available. I’m no scholar, just a devourer of books and a book blogger. My current recommendation in the genre is without hesitation the French Pierre Lemaitre. Be sure to start with Irene (English title). Masterful


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