Wednesday, June 24, 2009

Mystery Writers of America Partners with Reader To Reader

The prestigious Mystery Writers of America has joined Reader To Reader’s Navajo Nation Library Book Drive.

The book drive’s goal is to add 100,000 books and 100 computers to the Navajo Nation Library in Window Rock, AZ. The library serves as the principal library for the residents of the 27,000 sq. mile Navajo Nation in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah.

“We are so pleased to partner with the Mystery Writers of America to bring thousands of mysteries crime fiction and other books to the families that live on the Navajo reservation,” Reader To Reader executive director David Mazor says. “The MWA is well known for their Edgar® Awards that honor the best in mystery writing so we know their members will contribute great books.”

“Everyone at MWA is very excited and we already have some books ready to ship,” Laura Durham, Chairperson of Mystery Writers of America's MWA: Reads committee adds. “We are looking forward to working together.”

The Mystery Writers of America is the premier organization for mystery and crime writers, professionals allied to the crime writing field, aspiring crime writers, and folks who just love to read crime fiction.

For more information on the Navajo Nation Library Book Drive please email

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