Tag Archives: Land’s End

Don’t Come to Bailey Island . . .unless you have time to savor it

Kate Flora here, following on Sarah’s footsteps. Sometimes it seems all Maine crime writers are starting to think alike. The snow has finally melted. The gardens are slowly coming to life. Very slowly this year, it seems. And now we are … Continue reading

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The Real-Life Genesis of the Bad Guy

Kate Flora here, expanding on a topic I discussed recently with an audience at the Curtis Library in Brunswick: how we draw on real world experiences to develop the character and psychology of our bad guys. The story goes like this: … Continue reading

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