Monthly Archives: October 2020

This writer really suffers: Misery

Watched just the movie I needed last night, the eve of Halloween. Misery, the 1990 film adaptation of Stephen King’s novel, is a genuinely scary tale about the horror in everyday situations. Celebrated romance novelist Paul Sheldon (James Caan) has … Continue reading

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Money, the root of all evil

Today I’m Kevin Tipple’s guest on Kevin’s Corner, posting about why I explore financial crime in my novels and short stories. As I told Kevin, some people will murder for money. To read the full post, click here. Kevin Tipple, … Continue reading

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Launching A Grave Diagnosis!

Next Saturday, Oct. 31, Carrick Publishing will launch the release of its new crime fiction anthology, A Grave Diagnosis. The collection includes tales by 35 writers–some of them established storytellers, others making their literary debuts. And all the tales revolve … Continue reading

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Toronto Star review from Jack Batten!

Jack Batten, the Toronto Star‘s crime fiction reviewer, gave a welcome nod to UNCHARTED WATERS yesterday in the Star‘s digital edition. The print review will run in the weekend newspaper. Jack also reviewed the first three Pat Tierney mysteries, and … Continue reading

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