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SISTERS IN CRIME MISSION STATEMENT: To promote the professional development and advancement of women crime writers to achieve equality in the industry.

The normal meeting location is at the Irvine Ranch Water District, in the Community Affairs meeting room on the far left side of the parking lot, when you enter the parking lot from Sand Canyon Road.

Irvine Ranch Water District
15500 Sand Canyon Ave.
Irvine, CA 92618-3102

Map for the location IRWD map

Disclaimer: Irvine Ranch Water District neither supports nor endorses the cause nor activities of organizations which use the District's meeting rooms that are made available as a public service

October 3, 2015

*** Save the Date for Ladies of Intrigue 2015 ***

* Details coming in spring of 2015 *

Latest News:

Book signings at Mystery Ink

Mystery Ink Bookstore - Bridgecreek Plaza 8907 Warner Avenue #135, Huntington Beach Corner of Magnolia & Warner across the street (Magnolia) from Starbucks.

Contact: events@mysteryink.com, (714) 960-4000

This month's meeting:

Sunday, February 22, 2015

2:00 PM: Annual Forensics Fest, Part 2

For the second of our two (annual) Forensic Fest meetings we have 2 fantastic speakers

Forensics Fest Flyer

Richard Rodriguez is the Chief Training Officer with the Coroner Division of the Orange County Sheriff-Coroner Dept.

Hell discuss the workings of the Coroner Division (where hes been on staff since 1981), and will take us through some compelling death investigations.

David Putnam always wanted to be a cop, and his career in law enforcement has spanned over 30 years.

He has worked in narcotics, served on FBI-sponsored violent crimes teams, and was cross-sworn as a U.S. Marshall, pursuing murder suspects and bank robbers in Arizona, Nevada, and California.

His novel The Replacements follows The Disposables in his Bruno Johnson series.

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