Tag Archives: B.A. Shapiro

Books I’ve Read Recently

Happy January! Unlike several of my Maine Crime Writers colleagues who’ve escaped to other climes, I’m still in Maine. Yes, it’s cold, on many days. Yes, there’s been snow on the ground for a month now — although very little, compared … Continue reading

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Writers Share Books They’re Giving and Books They’d Like to Get

One of the most common questions writers are asked at book events is who we read. So here are the results of a pre-Christmas poll taken with MCW writers, asking what books were on their holiday lists and what books … Continue reading

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My Writers Group

Hi. Barb here. Still recuperating from knee replacement surgery, but doing better, thanks. I just looked back at 5 years worth of my posts on this blog (which is an interesting journey in and of itself) and was astonished to … Continue reading

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Mysteries for Your Book Club

Hi. Barb here. Or rather there. By the time you read this, I’ll be on the road to Key West, probaby somewhere in the Carolinas, if you’re reading on the day it posted. Recently, I was thrilled to be included … Continue reading

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The Books I want to be given, the ones that I will give

Kate Flora here, leading off a group post about giving, and getting, books for the holidays. When I was   growing up on the farm in Union, one of the most special events of the season was getting the Brentano’s catalogue. … Continue reading

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An Interview with B.A. Shapiro, author of The Art Forger

B.A. Shapiro is the author of THE ART FORGER, a literary thriller about the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist that spans three centuries of forgers, art thieves, and obsessive collectors, revealing both the beauty of the artist’s vision and the ugliness the … Continue reading

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