Book Club 2022                      

Book Club

Welcome to the Capitol Crimes Book Club! We are a group of avid mystery readers who gather every other month to talk about books. 

The best part of our club, besides our awesome and friendly members, is the fact that every meeting we are joined by the actual author who wrote the book we have just read! The author's presence brings a fantastic extra dimension to the book club experience allowing readers to explore the hidden layers between the pages.

All members of Capitol Crimes and Sisters in Crime (and friends) are welcome to attend. There is no cost to participate. For specific dates, times, and locations, please see the schedule below. 

Attendees may register for meetings they wish to attend by clicking on the link below.

Our schedule is set for 2022. Get your books and start reading, We can't wait for you to join us!

2022 Schedule  

January 22, 2021


THE NINJA BETRAYED by Tori Eldridge

We had an amazing discussion of the new mystery thriller, THE NINJA BETRAYED, with national bestselling and Anthony, Lefty, and Macavity Awards finalist, Tori Eldridge!

You can still buy the book!

March 8, 2022



BAKERSFIELD BOYS CLUB by Anne Da Vigo

Join us to discuss a thrilling novel based on a series of real-life California murders. Bakersfield Boys Club, by Anne Da Vigo, was a finalist in the Thriller category at this year’s Killer Nashville Mystery and Thriller Writers Conference.

You can still buy the book!

May 10, 2022

7:00pm Pacific Time

(Via Zoom)



DANGEROUS CONSEQUENCES by Claire Booth

Join us to discuss Claire Booth’s latest crime thriller, Dangerous Consequences about renegade deputies in secret revolt against their sheriff, and the innocent civilians that pay the price.

Buy the book before we meet!

July 12, 2022

7:00pm Pacific Time

(Via Zoom)




DEADLY DELIGHTS by Laura Jensen Walker

Join us to discuss the second book in Laura Jensen Walker's cozy Bookish Baker series. Teddie St. John enters a pie-baking contest. But her chances of winning plummet when she's suspected of killing one of the judges!

Buy the book before we meet!

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Email us at capitolcrimes@gmail.com



Mission Statement

We are the Sacramento, California chapter of Sisters in Crime. We promote the ongoing advancement, recognition and professional development of women crime writers.

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