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Hammers, Nails, Baling Wire, and…Books?

When I first came to Eastport,┬áMaine, I didn’t think of the local hardware store as a bookselling opportunity. But proprietor Chris Brown had other ideas. He’s descended from Samuel Bartlett Wadsworth (1791-1874), who was uncle to Maine poet Henry Wadsworth … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Weather Report

Kate: Many years ago, when my first book came out, I was at Malice Domestic, one of the big national writers’ conferences, and I was assigned to a panel about weather. It sounded like a dull topic, just the kind … Continue reading

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Interview with Sarah Graves ……. Lea Wait

Lea: Sarah Graves’ first Home Repair is Homicide mystery, The Dead Cat Bounce, was published in 1998; her latest, Knockdown,14th in the series, was published this year. In between those books her heroine, sleuth, handywoman, and former New York financial … Continue reading

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