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An Ode to Crime Writers’ Kids

Hey all. Gerry Boyle here. Today is my son’s birthday. He’s my youngest: 22, a senior in college. We have a good time.  Watching sports. Fishing. Shooting guns. Driving his vintage El Camino muscle car. Just talking. I even turned … Continue reading

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What a Great Place to Find a Body!

Kaitlyn: It happens all the time. A mystery writer is walking along a quiet street, or driving down a deserted road and sees a culvert, or a deserted house, or a construction site. Or he or she is out to dinner … Continue reading

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The Privilege that is Writing

Morning. Gerry Boyle here, and I’m here with a reminder. For me, and maybe the rest of you. I know I’m supposed to be sort of cool about all this but I have to say that when galleys for PORT … Continue reading

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