19.01.2012 [Patch.com] - Why go: Author Carol O'Connell will be signing her next Kathy Mallory book, The Chalk Girl. Why go: Get a taste of the islands by listening to some of Hawaii's best slack key guitarists and watching some award-winning hula dancing.
14.01.2012 [Ventura County Star] - 22, Carol O'Connell will sign "Chalk Girl," the 10th title featuring Kathy Mallory of New York City's Special Crimes Unit (Putnam; $26). At 2 pm Jan. 27, Ed Kovacs will sign "Storm Damage," set in post-Katrina New Orleans and starring private
(born May 26, 1947 in New York page 192, Great Women Mystery Writers, 2nd Ed. by Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay, 2007, publ. Greenwood Press, ISBN 0-313-33428-5) is an author of crime fiction, with a large series of crime books focusing around the character Kathy Mallory. The first book of nine novels about Mallory is Mallory's Oracle which was sent to England where it was auctioned in Europe, successfully. When it was brought back to the United States, it was widely sought-after.
02.02.2012 [San Jose Mercury News] - By John Orr 'The Chalk Girl" is my new favorite in a long line of mysteries by Carol O'Connell that I have greatly admired and enjoyed. It is another entry in the ongoing story of Mallory, the New York City Police Department detective who doesn't want
22.01.2012 [New York Times] - On the opposite end of the marketing spectrum, there is the shockingly underexploited Carol O'Connell, whose Kathy Mallory, a scarily smart, ice-blond stunner on New York City's Special Crimes Unit, is as fine a fictional creation as the crime genre
20.01.2012 [New York Times] - But Carol O'Connell takes it way over the top with the mythic scale of her mad-genius New York City cop, Kathy Mallory. In THE CHALK GIRL (Putnam, $25.95), the ineffably gorgeous and phenomenally gifted detective (Mallory the Machine to her browbeaten
23.01.2012 [NJ.com] - Carol O'Connell, director of guidance and coordinator for Gateway Regional High School's School Choice program, said Gateway received 10 intent-to-enroll letters this year. “There was less interest as compared to last year,” said O'Connell.