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When The Going Gets Tough, The Tough Go Virtual

Maine’s crime writers are blessed to be part of a resilient, resourceful community. The particular obstacle doesn’t matter – a sluggish economy, an endless winter, upheaval in the publishing industry – we find a way to survive, buoyed by readers … Continue reading

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Trek Across Maine: Five Facts You Probably Didn’t Know

Vicki Doudera here, ready to ride in my fourth Trek Across Maine, the annual180-mile cycling event to benefit the American Lung Association. Tomorrow I’ll board one of several busses in Belfast and make the bumpy journey to Bethel, my trusty pink-accented black … Continue reading

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Librarians Solve Mysteries Every Day

On April 21, a week from tomorrow, a select group of Sisters in Crime member authors will be serving as volunteer staff from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. local time—or for however many hours their local libraries are open on … Continue reading

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