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Dig Dig Dig

Hello again from Sarah Graves, writing to you from the farthest northern reaches of the Arctic Circle…no, wait, I’m still in Eastport, Maine. It only feels like the Arctic north, partly due to the 47 inches of snow we got … Continue reading

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You Might Be a Maine Mystery Writer If…

Hi, I’m Sarah Graves and I’m a Maine mystery writer. I live in Eastport, a tiny island town about as far downeast as you can get without invading Canada, and I write the Home Repair is Homicide series of mysteries … Continue reading

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Let Me Tell You About My Character . . .

Kate Flora here, posing a challenge to my fellow Maine Crime Writers. From time to time, we write about our books, our characters, the stories we’re developing, and the research that we do, but I’ve been thinking that it would … Continue reading

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The Dreaded Middle

Hey, it’s Sarah Graves, here, and it’s that time, again: I’m in the middle of writing a book, and Maine is in the middle of trying to freeze and/or depress me to death. Because first of all, I don’t know … Continue reading

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Hammers, Nails, Baling Wire, and…Books?

When I first came to Eastport, Maine, I didn’t think of the local hardware store as a bookselling opportunity. But proprietor Chris Brown had other ideas. He’s descended from Samuel Bartlett Wadsworth (1791-1874), who was uncle to Maine poet Henry Wadsworth … Continue reading

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Interview with Sarah Graves ……. Lea Wait

Lea: Sarah Graves’ first Home Repair is Homicide mystery, The Dead Cat Bounce, was published in 1998; her latest, Knockdown,14th in the series, was published this year. In between those books her heroine, sleuth, handywoman, and former New York financial … Continue reading

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