News & Events





FEBRUARY 23: WHEN THE HOUSE BURNS Launch, 7:00 p.m. Content Bookstore,

314 Division St. S, Northfield, MN.

FEBRUARY 25: Twin Cities Signing 12:00-2:00. Once Upon A Crime Bookstore, 602 W. 26th St., Minneapolis, MN.

MARCH 11: Fair Trade Books 12:00-2:00, 320 Bush St. Red Wing, MN.

MARCH 16-19: Left Coast Crime Conference, Tucson, AZ.

APRIL 28-30: Malice Domestic, Betheseda, MD.

AUG. 30-SEPT 3: Bouchercon, San Diego CA.

SEPTEMBER 18: Minnesota Mystery Night Featured Author, Axel’s Restaurant, 1318 Sibley Memorial Hwy, Mendota, MN. 7:00-8:00 p.m.



CHICKS ON THE CASE, “That’s Not Funny.” October 19, 2022

WRITER WRITER PANTS ON FIRE, “Nailing Inspiration.” December 5, 2022

ELENA TAYLOR AUTHOR BLOG, “The Serious, the Fun, and Detectives Off Leash.” February 6, 2023.

MYSTERY FANFARE, “Your Inner Villain,” February 7, 2023.

WOMEN WRITERS, WOMEN’S BOOKS, “Writing When Hurt, Writing to Heal.” February 14, 2023.

DRU’S BOOK MUSINGS, “A Day in My Life,” February 17, 2023.



Information for Book Clubs

If your book group is wishes to connect with Priscilla through Zoom or other online formats, please send an email to [email protected]



THE BIG THRILL January 2021: Priscilla Paton interviewed by Dawn Ius.

Jayme_reads Dec. 19, 2020:

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ This was definitely a solid crime thriller with characters that kept me guessing and intrigued. There were intense moments that had me turning the pages quickly. If your into crime books, this one is definitely for you!


SORRY ALL BOOKED UP Dec. 18, 2020: Review Should Grace Fail

This book was so good! The storyline had me hooked and i felt so much empathy and pain for the characters in this book! The authors writing style is wonderful and keeps you intrigued! The subtle twist and turns in this story were so believeable and made me feel as if i was a part of the story!

FAITHFICTIONFRIENDS Dec. 7, 2020: “Should Grace Fail is not the expected police procedural. It aims a bit higher and it succeeds as something more like literary crime fiction. What’s impressive is how Paton captures a diverse array of characters, making each seem credible and fully believable. It’s a good story, worth the careful reading it requires.”