Monthly Archives: January 2016

The ‘truth’ is never a sure thing: ‘Making a Murderer’ and more

Hi from Maine Crime Writers. Maureen here tonight. I haven’t had a chance to start watching “Making a Murderer” yet, but I plan to soon. Probably this weekend. The documentary series on Netflix examines the conviction of a man and … Continue reading

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Horrid Murder!

Jen Blood on the Maine Crime scene today… I’ve been racking my brain for about a week now, looking for something extraordinary and entertaining for this month’s post with Maine Crime Writers. After Chris’s eloquent article on Monday, I thought … Continue reading

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Edgar Allan Cozy

by Barb, in Key West, where it’s a brisk 63 degrees today and the natives are shivering and moaning and wearing parkas Yesterday was Edgar Allan Poe’s 207th birthday, and over at Wicked Cozy Authors we marked the day by … Continue reading

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In My Study There’s …

Lea Wait, here! Over the years lots of people have asked me what was in my study. (A crystal ball? A rabbit’s foot?) Actually, in addition to books and papers I’m actually using on a day-to-day basis, I do have … Continue reading

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In Which I Actually Talk About Maine Crime

By Chris Holm For a blog called Maine Crime Writers, we talk very little about Maine crime. That’s understandable, I suppose. For one thing, there’s damn little of it, per capita. For another, most of us are here because we … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: January 16-17, 2016

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by Chris Holm (Monday), Lea Wait (Tuesday), Barb Ross (Wednesday), Jen Blood (Thursday), and Maureen Milliken (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us who blog … Continue reading

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The Escape Artist Fails Again!

Kate Flora here, following up on a discovery I recently made: that the only way I can stop working is to leave my desk. When I’m at home, that desk projects an energy field (unless it’s a tractor beam) that … Continue reading

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