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Would You Trust Food Cooked by a Crime Writer?

Happy Thanksgiving, friends. Today, all the writers have the day off. We’re in fine kitchens everywhere, or carefully decanting the wine, or fighting about how a turkey should properly be carved, or we’re sharpening our knives or crimping crusts or just … Continue reading

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Thirteen Reasons why Maine is the BEST Place to Live

Recently Maine Crime Writers alum Paul Doiron, building on the theme of this year’s crime writing conference, the Maine Crime Wave, wrote a blog post that got a lot of traction on BuzzFeed about why Maine is the scariest place … Continue reading

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It wouldn’t be the holidays without . . .

Cranberry Relish? Every family has special food that “must” be on the holiday table, or the meal just won’t be the same. At the Clark household, it was stuffing. Or dressing, as my grandmother called it. And it could NOT … Continue reading

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A Wedding in Portland, Maine

Hi. Barb here. On May 19, a group of people gathered on a hill with a stunning view of Portland Head Light for a very special wedding ceremony.The weather was perfect–not always a given for Maine in mid-May, and if … Continue reading

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The Battle over the Whoopie Pie

Kaitlyn here. Until a reader who had just finished AWee Christmas Homicide, third book in the Liss MacCrimmon Scottish-American Heritage Mystery Series, wrote to ask me what a whoopie pie was, I had no idea this sweet treat was so … Continue reading

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