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
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
25.01.2012 [Utica Observer Dispatch] - New books on our shelves include “Rope” by Nevada Barr, “Look of Love” by Mary Jane Clark, and “Chalk Girl” by Carol O'Connell. New Yorktax forms and instruction booklets are available here at the library. Make sure you stop by and grab a book or two
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
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.
15.01.2012 [The Boston Globe] - Carol O'Connell (“The Chalk Girl'') reads at 7 pm at Brookline Booksmith WEDNESDAY: Theda Skocpol and Vanessa Williamson (“The Tea Party and the Remaking of Republican Conservatism'') read at 7 pm at Harvard Book Store . . . Cullen Murphy (“God's Jury:
24.01.2012 [San Francisco Examiner] - [7 pm, 242 Columbus Ave., SF] Carol O'Connell: The novelist talks about “The Chalk Girl.” [7 pm, “M” Is for Mystery, 86 E. Third Ave., San Mateo] Bryant Terry: The chef and food justice activist presents “The Inspired Vegan.
17.01.2012 [Divine.ca (blog)] - A red-haired, blue-eyed girl leads the police through Central Park to a body strung up in a tree, and none other than detective Kathy Mallory is the woman for the job in author Carol O'Connell's latest Mallory novel, The Chalk Girl.