Monthly Archives: June 2012

I Love Fenway Park

Hi. Barb here. And I just want to say, I love Fenway Park. Which is interesting, because honestly, I could care less about baseball. When I first came to New England as a young bride, (or more precisely a young … Continue reading

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Murder and Mayhem, Dr. Doug Lyle’s Treasure Trove of Medically Murderous Information

James Hayman:  Lainie Goff, the beautiful young attorney who is murdered in my second thriller The Chill of Night is the victim of something called pithing.  The villain placed the tip of a thin bladed knife (an ice pick would … Continue reading

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Stealing Words

My name is Lea Wait, and I am a thief. I steal words. I don’t steal more than one, or possibly two, at a time, so tracing their origins would be impossible, even for me. I steal them from friends … Continue reading

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Baby, Meet Bathwater

Hello again from Sarah Graves, thinking today about this morning’s headline: “Richard Russo boycotts e-books.” Well, of course he is doing no such thing. He’s simply decided to publish one book, a collaboration with his daughter and son-in-law called Interventions, … Continue reading

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James Taylor as a Villian?

Vicki Doudera here, pondering the answer my daughter gave me just moments ago when I asked her what I should write about for this post. “Blog about the James Taylor concert,” she suggested. That would be Sunday night’s soiree at the Cumberland … Continue reading

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Decisions, Decisions

Kaitlyn Dunnett, aka Kathy Lynn Emerson here. I’m in the very early stages of thinking about my next project, the one I’ll begin work on in earnest after the seventh Liss MacCrimmon mystery and the sixth non-mystery historical are turned … Continue reading

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An Interview with Katherine Hall Page

Katherine, you’re currently out and about touring your 20th Faith Fairchild mystery, The Body in the Boudoir. This book is actually a “prequel” to the ones we’ve been reading all these years. Can you tell us a little bit about … Continue reading

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