Welcome to the Official Site of the Delaware Valley Chapter of Sisters in Crime — an International Organization of Crime Writers and Readers
Come in, and make yourself at home. We invite you to join our group, and to journey through the pages of our website to discover the many exciting activities we offer our members. We are a non-profit organization of mystery lovers. Please know that you do not need to be a writer, or even an aspiring writer, to join our chapter, or to attend one of our meetings. We are a diverse group of mystery readers as well as writers, and we welcome all. If you would like to join our chapter, please see our Join Us page. If you wish to attend the next meeting before you make up your mind, please go to our Meetings and Directions pages for additional information.
Upcoming Meetings and Speakers
March 16, 2013: Members-only field trip to a 9-1-1 Call Center.
April 20, 2013: Detective Eileen Law. Please join us at our April 2013 meeting when we welcome Detective Eileen Law, of CIA, Inc., as our guest speaker. CIA, Inc. is the oldest established detective agency in the tri-state area and has clients from around the world. Ms. Law will share intriguing stories as well as investigative techniques that she and her detectives use in their work.
May 2013: Members-only picnic
September 21, 2013: Forensic Psychologist
October 19, 2013: Patrick Carmody, Chief Deputy District Attorney, Chief of Trials, Chester County District Attorney’s Office
Join us on Tuesday, April 30, 2013, at 7:30 pm, at the Tredyffrin Public Library, when a panel of our author-members will share their publishing experiences, both the challenges and rewards, answer questions about writing and publishing, and talk about making the transition from print to e-books. If you’re a writer just getting started or a published author considering e-books, don’t miss this valuable program.
In Loving Memory
Robin Hathaway, a beloved member who helped found our chapter in 1995, passed away in February 2013. Though the written word always seems to fail us in our attempts to honor someone whose friendship we cherished, a few of our members have made valiant efforts with the following tributes.