Category Archives: Joe’s posts

The Guy on the Train, Part 1

The subject of trains has been a popular trope for many mystery authors. From THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN to THE ORIENT EXPRESS to STRANGERS ON A TRAIN, trains have proved to be a fascinating vehicle to set a thriller … Continue reading

Posted in Joe's posts | 4 Comments

Stealing Bases & Writing Crime

Baseball and crime writing? Trust me, I’m not coming out of left field with this blog post. Spring training has started and as a Red Sox fan I’m pretty excited about my team’s prospects. The Sox have a new manager … Continue reading

Posted in Joe's posts, Uncategorized | 6 Comments

Is it the Beer Responsible for Maine’s Twisted Criminal Minds?

“Ale, man, ale’s the stuff to drink for fellows whom it hurts to think.” A. E. Houseman I love beer. Good beer, in particular. Malty or hoppy, sour or citrusy, beer occupies a good deal of my thoughts. Craft beer … Continue reading

Posted in Joe's posts | 3 Comments