Tag Archives: Face Down Mysteries

Just Cranking them out (for the money) . . . Not!

Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson here, today writing as Kathy. You know how that one bad review sticks with you far longer than a dozen good ones? You tell yourself it’s just one person’s opinion, even if that one person is … Continue reading

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The Book of the Heart

Kathy Lynn Emerson (aka Kaitlyn Dunnett) here. What, you may be asking, is the book of the heart? For me, right now, it’s my historical mystery, Murder in the Queen’s Wardrobe, the first in a new series set in sixteenth-century … Continue reading

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How We Keep Our Series Characters Interesting

Note: Kate and Vicki will be at the Camden Public library this Tuesday, July 31st at 6:30 p.m., joined by Janis Bolster for a Sisters in Crime Beach Read event. We’d love to see you there. Kate Flora here, starting a … Continue reading

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The Way it Used to Be ~ The Office of Sheriff

Despite the proliferation of law enforcement officers calling themselves sheriffs in fictional Maine villages like Cabot Cove and Storybrooke, sheriff is a county office. It’s also an administrative and public relations job, involving very little direct involvement with criminal investigations. … Continue reading

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Writing About Murder in Tudor England

Kaitlyn here, but today I’m blogging as Kathy Lynn (aka Kate) Emerson In my other writing identities, I’ve been dealing with murders in Tudor England for some time now. In my Face Down series (written as Kathy Lynn Emerson), in which … Continue reading

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