Royal Glenora Reading Series features Janice MacDonald

Janice MacDonald will be the third guest of the new Author Series at Edmonton's Royal Glenora Club (previous guests were literary luminaries Conni Massing and Todd Babiak). Janice will read from her novels and give a sneak preview of the latest, The Roar of the Crowd: A Randy Craig Mystery, which will launch two days later at Audreys Books.

The event runs from 6:45-8:15 and includes light snacks; refreshments and a cash bar will also be available. Tickets are $10 and seats are open to both RGC members and non-members. Book your seat through the club's Member Services at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 780-482-2371, or by visiting in person at 11160 River Valley Road.

The Roar of the Crowd by Janice MacDonald is the sixth installment in the wildly popular Randy Craig mystery series set in Edmonton, RoarCVRAlberta, released this July.

Wherever Randy Craig goes, trouble seems to follow. With the help of her friend Denise, Randy has landed a summer job with a high school theatre program linked to the FreeWill Shakespeare Festival. But when a local actor shows up dead and Denise is the prime suspect, Randy has to find to a way to solve the mystery while surrounded with suspects who have no trouble lying to her face.

Janice MacDonald is the author of nine books, including novels, non-fiction titles, and a children's book. Janice's stories and essays have been widely anthologized, and her popular Randy Craig novels were the first mystery series set in Edmonton. She has taught English literature, communications, and creative writing at both the University of Alberta and Grant MacEwan College and is currently the organizational storyteller for the Province of Alberta. Born in Banff, Alberta Janice lives and writes in Edmonton and considers herself to be a quintessential Albertan.


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