Tag Archives: mystery series

Why’d They Have to Go and CHANGE Things?

What do the following characters have in common besides the fact that they are all detectives in mystery fiction? Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, Marjorie Allingham’s Albert Campion, Dorothy L. Sayers’ Lord … Continue reading

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The Curtis Memorial Library Mystery Series

In 2007 the Friends of the Curtis Memorial Library in Brunswick, Maine and the New England Chapter of Sisters in Crime (www.sincne.org) formed a partnership to provide a mystery writers’ series for the library’s readers. In 2010, the Friends were … Continue reading

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Opening Acts – Discovering Our Series Characters Through E-Books

‘Tis the season for new e-readers and tablets of all sorts. So, for those of you who are looking for e-books to read, and love to begin a series at the beginning, we offer the following links to help you … Continue reading

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Leader of the Pack

Vicki Doudera here. When Hoover  (that’s him on the far left in the photo above) was a puppy, my daughter and I took him to obedience school.  Lexi was ten at the time, and as she walked him around the … Continue reading

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Real Time vs. Mystery Series Time

by Kaitlyn Dunnett I’ve been thinking a lot lately about real time vs. mystery series time. They aren’t the same. Although in many mystery series it doesn’t matter exactly when the story takes place, the author usually needs to have … Continue reading

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