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Beware the ughs of March

Ah, March. March in Maine. What can we say? It’s Maine’s worst month. No “arguably” about it. It just is. Winter is not over. Sure, sure spring starts in March. But it really doesn’t, if you know what I mean. … Continue reading

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Ya know what folks? We’re not making this up…

I’d had a whole pile of nice, Mainey, mystery writing topics I was trying to choose from for this blog post. But something else has come up and those are going to have to wait. Normally, I try to stay away from politics … Continue reading

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Talking about living and writing in the great state of Maine

When we Maine Crime Writers aren’t writing about the great state of Maine we’re often talking about writing in the great state of Maine. One of the fun things about being a mystery writer in Maine is that so many … Continue reading

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Okay, okay. I do like lighthouses, but never lobster.

We Maine Crime Writers are frequently asked about setting. Maine, famously, is a mystery and crime writing hot spot, though actual murders in the state average between 20-25 a year. So the topic of Maine as setting for our books … Continue reading

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