Tag Archives: Maine Clambake Mystery

It's Twins–Liz Mugavero and Barbara Ross Celebrate New Releases

by Barb. Packing madly. Leaving tomorrow for Key West. My friend Liz Mugavero and I are celebrating a double book birthday today. Not only do we have the same agent (John Talbot) and the same editor (John Scognamiglio at Kensington … Continue reading

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Whew!

Hi, Barb here. You may have noticed my absence from the blog recently. I have been working on this: There comes a time in a writer’s life when the book has to be the highest priority. I haven’t heard from … Continue reading

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Weekend Update: March 5-6, 2016

Next week at Maine Crime Writers there will be posts by Dorothy Cannell (Monday), Kaitlyn Dunnett/Kathy Lynn Emerson (Tuesday), Kate Flora (Wednesday), Susan Vaughan (Thursday), and John Clark (Friday). In the news department, here’s what’s happening with some of us … Continue reading

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What Am I Up To?

Thank you for asking. Hi. Barb here. Fogged Inn, the fourth Maine Clambake Mystery launched last week. Here’s the description. An autumn chill has settled over Busman’s Harbor, Maine, but Julia Snowden is warming up the town by offering lobster … Continue reading

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Tomato Salad Recipe

Hi. Barb here. Happy Labor Day. To celebrate the traditional end of the summer, I’m offering another recipe from Boiled Over, my second Maine Clambake Mystery. It will be especially useful for those of you who are now or will … Continue reading

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The Second Time Around

Hi. Barb here. Reporting in from a glorious month in Key West. It’s the second year I’ve blogged from Key West. (Funny how blogging regularly can make you aware of your life’s rhythms.) Bill and I are here with my … Continue reading

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