Secret Undertaking: A Buryin’ Barry Mystery #7

Secret Undertaking: A Buryin’ Barry Mystery #7

Towns like Gainesboro, North Carolina, may be small but go big on local traditions. When funeral director and part-time deputy sheriff Barry Clayton and his childhood nemesis, Archie Donovan, Jr., ...

Gold Dust: A Red River Mystery #7

Gold Dust: A Red River Mystery #7

As the 1960s draw to a close, the rural northeast Texas community of Center Springs is visited by two nondescript government men in dark suits and shades. They say their ...

Moving Targets: A Cal Claxton Oregon Mystery #6

Moving Targets: A Cal Claxton Oregon Mystery #6

"With Moving Targets, Warren Easley delivers another humdinger of a tale featuring the City of Roses. But there's so much more to like about this story than just its evocative ...

Death Before Wicket: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries #10

Death Before Wicket: Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries #10

Phryne Fisher is on holiday. She means to take the train to Sydney (where the harbour bridge is being built), go to a few cricket matches, dine with the Chancellor ...

The Murder of My Aunt: A British Library Crime Classic

The Murder of My Aunt: A British Library Crime Classic

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY MARTIN EDWARDS Edward Powell lives with his Aunt Mildred in the Welsh town of Llwll. His aunt thinks Llwll an idyllic place to live, but Edward ...

Weekend at Thrackley: A British Library Crime Classic

Weekend at Thrackley: A British Library Crime Classic

WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY MARTIN EDWARDS 'I'm taking a revolver to Thrackley. You never know with blokes like Carson. I hate these harmless, potty people—they're always up to something.' Jim ...

Fogland Point

Fogland Point

"Fogland Point is a unique, surprising, moving, occasionally hilarious, and entirely marvelous book about the complicated mysteries that lie at the heart of all families—although the Hazard family is definitely ...

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“Where and how do you write? Office? Coffee shop? Laptop? Notebook? Magic pencil?” I love to hear authors answer these questions from readers. Like most humans, I’m a sucker for a hot tip. I figure there’s a secret out there somewhere that’ll change my life, set me free, and up my word count. If I’m not the one being asked the questions, I’m taking notes. John Steinbeck kept a journal while he was writing East of Eden. I read it ... Read More

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  Those with familiarity of the Myers-Briggs system of personality ordering will recognize a couple of things about me right away. For one, I’m an introvert—I need lots of solitary time to recharge and rejuvenate. I am comfortable making decisions emotionally, using my intuitive understanding of the situation (which may or may not jibe with the facts of said situation). But once I’ve made up my mind, I stick with it, preferring an environment of structure and order over a ... Read More