Tag Archives: historical mystery

The Reformation/Rehabilitation/Regeneration of a Romance Writer

Today please welcome special guest Maggie Robinson to Maine Crime Writers. Maggie is a former teacher, library clerk and mother of four who woke up in the middle of the night, absolutely compelled to create the perfect man and use … Continue reading

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Murder in an English Village-Giveaway

Jessie: Looking at patches of snow in the shady parts of the backyard. On Halloween, in addition to handing out a wide variety of sugary treats, it was my very great pleasure to celebrate the release of my latest mystery, … Continue reading

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Longing for More Time- And a Giveaway!

Announcing the winners: Congratulations Maureen and Kate! Contact me at jessie at jessiecrockett.com with a mailing address and I will send you each an advanced reading copy of Whispers Beyond the Veil!   Jessie: In book jail on the coast … Continue reading

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Giveaway- Whispers Beyond the Veil

Jessie: Delighted to be breathing the salty air on the coast of Maine. Several years ago my family started spending summers in Old Orchard Beach, Maine. Almost immediately, I thought of an idea for The Change of Fortune mysteries series set … Continue reading

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A Visit to Ivan the Terrible’s Muscovy

Kathy Lynn Emerson here, getting ready for the U. S. launch of Murder in the Queen’s Wardrobe at the beginning of March. Most of the book takes place in Elizabethan England, but the plot revolves around the desire of Russia’s … Continue reading

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Not a Mystery . . . or is it?

Kate Emerson here, Kaitlyn Dunnett’s evil twin, the one who writes “non-mystery historical novels set at the court of Henry the Eighth.” With the sixth of these now available in trade paperback, as an ebook, and unabridged from Audible.com, it … Continue reading

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Salem and the Maine Connection

Kaitlyn Dunnett: Please welcome today’s guest, historical mystery writer M. E. Kemp. She is the author of a lively series featuring two nosy Puritans as detectives. In that era, Maine was still part of Massachusetts. Kemp was born and raised in Oxford, MA … Continue reading

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