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RAVEN LAKE flies tomorrow!

Today is the last day to book a 99¢ pre-order of RAVEN LAKE. The third Pat Tierney mystery will be released tomorrow, June 1! And tomorrow I’ll start my whirlwind seven-day blog tour. Here’s my sked: Wednesday, June 1, the … Continue reading

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Getting ready to party!

RAVEN LAKE will released on Amazon on Wednesday June 1, and it’s available for pre-orders right now. I’ll start a seven-day blog tour on June 1, and on Sunday June 5, from 4-7 p.m. ET, I’ll celebrate with a Facebook … Continue reading

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SPRING has the Mesdames on the move!

Spring is finally here. Granted, there’s a big patch of snow in my yard and nary a crocus to be seen. But temperatures are gradually rising. I am holding firm to the belief that spring has arrived…and don’t try to … Continue reading

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The Girls of Summer: Alison Gordon and Kate Henry

The news that Alison Gordon had died this morning took me back to the inaugural Bloody Words mystery conference in 1999. I was a member of its steering committee, and one of my duties was to write a profile of … Continue reading

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Rob Brunet strikes it Stinking Rich!

Toronto author Rob Brunet joins me on Moving Target today. Rob’s short crime fiction appears and is forthcoming in Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Thuglit, Shotgun Honey, Out of the Gutter, Noir Nation and numerous anthologies. Before writing noir, Rob produced … Continue reading

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World Enough…and Ed

Tomorrow, we celebrate the launch of World Enough and Crime, a collection of 23 crime fiction stories, with a party at Sleuth of Baker Street bookstore. Thank you, Marian Misters, our Sleuth hostess! World Enough includes tales by award-winning authors … Continue reading

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Augtober…means getting back to work

Summer, my favourite season, is drawing to a close. This past weekend was unseasonably cool in my part of the world—Augtober, one pundit called it. But the cooler weather has propelled me into fall mode. Today, I opened my week-long … Continue reading

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