Tag Archives: Janis Bolster

The Scariest Book I Ever Read Was . . .

In honor of Halloween, one of crime writers’ favorite holidays, we’re recycling a post from the past in which we shared our own scary favorites and solicited views from some of our Sisters (and Brothers) in Crime. Just as scary … Continue reading

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Blending History with Mystery

(Today we asked Maine Literary Award finalist Janis Bolster to be our guest to talk about using history and historical research in a contemporary story.) Janis Bolster: I don’t remember how I stumbled into writing a series that combines historic crimes … Continue reading

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Meet Marni Graff

We’re talking today with Marnette (Marni) Kathleen Graff, author of the Nora Tierney mystery series, set in England. Marni is currently in Maine, visiting with her friend Barbara Jancovic, who runs the 365 Days of Christmas shop on Route 27 … Continue reading

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Interview with Janis Bolster

When the crime fiction finalist list for the Maine Literary Awards came out, there were two very familiar names on it–Maine Crime Writers’ own Paul Doiron for Trespasser and Gerry Boyle for Port City Black and White. The third finalist, … Continue reading

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