Tag Archives: Massacre Pond

Fall in Maine Through Writers’ Eyes

While we’re all seizing the last gasps of good weather before we retreat to our desks for the winter, we thought we’d share some pictures of fall in Maine, and the things we see and celebrate. At the Coastal Maine … Continue reading

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The Strange Unreality of Writing a Novel

Paul Doiron here— I have spent the better part of the past year writing a novel titled MASSACRE POND, and I am nearing the end. As always happens to me when I am finishing a book, I find myself growing … Continue reading

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Now It Can Be Told, Part Tres by Paul Doiron

I want to continue what is rapidly becoming a MaineCrimeWriters.com tradition by announcing some good news here. As most regular visitors to this site know, I recently published the third novel in my Mike Bowditch series of Maine mysteries. This was … Continue reading

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