Tag Archives: Rhys Bowen

So Many Books, So Little Time

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here. The title of this post could as easily apply to books that I’m writing as to those in my to-be-read pile, but today, while in the throes of revisions on two different projects, I’d much … Continue reading

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Post-Malice Ramblings

As most folks reading this blog already know, Kate, Lea, Dorothy, Brenda and I spent last weekend at Malice Domestic in Bethesda, Maryland, along with six hundred or so like-minded folks. I stayed over till Monday before flying home to … Continue reading

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Murder at Christmas

Kaitlyn Dunnett here, pondering the subject of murder at Christmas. On the surface, this sounds like a contradiction in terms. Who would ruin a merry Christmas with murder? Unfortunately, as every law enforcement officer and medical professional knows, the holidays … Continue reading

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Holiday Round-Up: Books We’re Getting and Books We’re Giving

Happy Friday, All. One of the most common questions we crime writers are asked at library and bookstore events is: What books do you read? So here, from some of our regulars, are our answers to the questions: What books … Continue reading

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Historical Mystery Roundup

Kaitlyn Dunnett in my Kathy Lynn Emerson persona here to report that historical mysteries are thriving. Since I went on hiatus from my Face Down series back in 2008 (after writing a book on how to write historical mysteries) a … Continue reading

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