In Mike Mayo’s latest mystery, Everybody Goes To Jimmy’s, Young Jimmy Quinn is delivering a bribe for the infamous racketeer Arnold Rothstein when a bomb goes off on Wall Street, killing thirty people and scaring every banker in the city right down to his spats. Twelve years later, Rothstein is dead, and Jimmy is doing his best to stay out of trouble, running a quiet little Manhattan speakeasy. At a particularly bad moment for him and his favorite waitress, a blast rocks the alley outside and draws him right back into the madness of a dozen years ago. Mayo will be in the store to read and sign books. Mayo has written about film for The Washington Post and The Roanoke Times. He was the host of the nationally-syndicated Movie Show on Radio and Max and Mike On the Movies. He is the author of American Murder: Criminals, Crime and the Media, and he blogs about film occasionally at mikeonmovies.com. A member of the Mystery Writers of America, he lives in Chapel Hill.