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The Best Part of Writing: The Research

In my last book, The Darkest Thread, teenage sisters go missing in Vermont’s mysterious Bennington Triangle, and it’s up to K-9 search and rescue handler Jamie Flint and her dogs to find them. Naturally, lots of unsavory things happen and it’s … Continue reading

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Writing a mystery novel? Never discount value of a good conversation.

Hi, Maureen here, on a gloomy July day in Belgrade Lakes. On a much prettier typical Maine summer day two weeks ago, I made the drive up to the Thompson Library in Dover-Foxcroft, whereI and  fellow contributors to this blog Brenda … Continue reading

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La Dolce Vita

Katherine Hall Page: I have never been able to write about a place I have not been, save the fictitious town of Aleford, the setting for many of the books I have written in the Faith Fairchild series. And even … Continue reading

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