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Peggy with long-time friend and historical writer, Donna Fletcher, at a Novelists, Inc, party on St. Pete beach.
Southern Expressions Conference, Biloxi - Lifelong friend Coy Williams and Peggy at the writer's reception.



Peggy with non-fiction writer Charles Sasser and friend, Coy Williams, at the Southern Expressions Conference in Biloxi.
Peggy chats with filmmaker friend, John Wee, while signing copies of Elvis and the Tropical Double Trouble at Barnes & Noble in Tupelo.

At the request of her good friend, Kay Mathews, director of the Regional Rehab Center in Tupelo, Peggy visited twelve-year-old aspiring writer Kyle Maxwell. She predicts he will be a great writer someday.
HAVING FUN....Peggy celebrating her Aunt Mittie's 99th birthday! The author is wearing the beautiful blue topaz ring (on her right forefinger) from QVC. Peggy is an avid fan of the shopping network and is also carrying a yellow Bruce Makowsky handbag she bought there.




Peggy, as Anna Michaels, signing at Lemuria in Jackson, MS
Peggy, as Anna Michaels reading from The Tender Mercy of Roses at Square Books in Oxford.




Peggy, as Anna Michaels, at a reading at Barnes & Noble in Tupelo,
Book Party at Barnes & Noble, Tupelo for Elvis and the Memphis Mambo Murders.
Cake galore, yummy!
Tribute artist, Dale Rushing, checks out his Elvis counterpart.
Fans wait in line to meet Peggy and get an autographed copy.
Elvis fan, Rachel Hardin, gets her signed copy while Elvis (in the background) smiles in approval.
Peggy's cousin, Deborah, came all the way from Atlanta for the party.
Peggy with actress, Marlyn Mason. Marlyn was in Tupelo for the showing of the film she did with Elvis, The Trouble with Girls. A great Gal!
Peggy with thriller writer Mallory Kane (Rickey Mallory) and New York Times bestselling author, Erica Spindler on April 10 for the Mississippi Writes event.
Peggy and fans enjoy the Jungle Room cake during her book party at B&N, Pensacola, Florida. Coordinator for the event was Peggy's daughter-in-law, Anita Webb.
B & N staff, Star and Gina, can't wait to sink their teeth into the hounddog cake at Peggy's book party.
Elvis, tribute artist Dale Rushing, presents a scarf to Peggy at the B & N bookparty.
Long time fan, Dot Harrelson, gets in on the fun at the Barnes and Noble book party.
Peggy in her Elvis scarf and the King himself entertain fans at the wacky, wonderful Barnes and Noble book party in Tupelo.
Winner of the Parade of Characters was Martha Jo Patterson (Fayrene.) She says she'll never forget the party; she has a pornographic memory.
Peggy and the Rebel Tailgaters clowning around in aviator sunglasses at the Tupelo Elvis Festival.
The delightful staff at Barnes & Noble provided books and great company for Peggy's signing at the annual Tupelo Elvis Festival. For signed copies of Peggy's Southern Cousins Mysteries, visit the Tupelo location of B & N. Or call the store at 662-791-7828. They ship.
A hunka' burnin' love in black leather congratulates Peggy on her hound dog Elvis.
The Big Dog checks out Elvis the Basset Hound.
Elvis in blue velvet shirt showed up to wish Peggy good luck.
Elvis Festival, Tupelo, 2009 - Elvis is everywhere!
Elvis Festival, Tupelo, 2009 - Elvis in all sizes, shapes and ages!
Missouri Regional Public Library - Peggy with her friend, Marte Bock, and librarians, Valerie and Claudia.
Peggy and Debra Webb, RT Conference, 2009
Romantic Times Conference, Orlando, 2009
Murder on the Menu, birthday cake from fans in Wetumpka, AL
Roy and Peggy, producers!
Murder in the Magic City, Peggy with fellow writers Deborah Sharp and Carla Neggers
Murder in the Magic City, Birmingham - Peggy with other "cozy" mystery writers
Children's book author Lurlene McDaniel and New York Times bestselling author Beverly Barton drop by for Peggy's Rock Point signing.
Peggy entertains book lovers at Rock Point Books, Chattanooga, TN, with selected readings from Elvis and the Dearly Departed. Stop by Rock Point Books for signed copies!
The Rock Point staff having fun wearing Elvis aviator glasses and sideburns. Taking care of business, baby!
More fun with the staff!
Niece Tara joins Peggy as she prepares to sign Elivs and the Dearly Departed at BAM in Birmingham.
Almost arrested...Turns out the lady officer only wanted her book signed. On the right is Peggy's good friend, Carla Swafford.
Fans in Birmingham flocked to get signed copies of Elvis and the Dearly Departed. Check with BAM in Brook Highland for signed copies to stuff in Christmas stockings.
Peggy and friends at The Book Store, owned by Cassandra Wilson. To get your signed copy of Elvis and the Dearly Departed, visit Cassandra's author-friendly store in Huntsville, Alabama.
The Book Store, Huntsville....Peggy visits with best friend, Debra Webb. Deb's absolutely fabulous new thriller, Find Me, St. Martin's Press, will be in bookstores in December, '08.
Peggy speaking to the hometown crowd at Lunching with Books, Lee County Library, Tupelo, MS.
Getting ready to sign Elvis and the Dearly Departed at Reed's Book Store, Tupelo. Photo of famous Mississippi writer, Willie Morris, in the background.
Tupelo's former DA chuckling over the antics of Peggy's sleuthing Basset hound, Elvis.
DA borrows Elvis' signature hot pink pen!
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