Tag Archives: Craig Johnson

The Comforting World of Crime

Kate Flora, here, and yes, I really did mean that crime can be comforting. Let me begin with a story. Several years ago…fifteen, to be more precise…we suffered a terrible national tragedy on a day in September when terrorists flew … 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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Your Vicarious Weekend at the New England Crime Bake

So, dear readers, we thought it would be fun to try something a little different this week. Since several of us–Barbara Ross, Vicki Doudera, Al Lamanda, Susan Vaughan, Vaughn Hardacker, and Kate Flora, are going to be at the New … Continue reading

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Begin…Again

Hi. Barb here. Before starting this post, I looked back, and almost every one of us Maine Crime Writers has written a post about the beginning of the writing process. (And Lea Wait, I’d like to thank you for the … Continue reading

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