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EricaFerencik
January 10 2017

Into the Woods and Off the Grid: Three Profiles

In December of 2012, in order to do research for my novel The River at Night, I embarked on a nine-day trip to the hinterlands of Northern Maine, the storied Allagash Wilderness which sprawls out...
AlexCalamela
June 13 2015

Fresh Meat: The Precipice by Paul Doiron

The Precipice by Paul Doiron is the 6th mystery featuring Maine Game Warden Mike Bowditch tracking two missing women last seen hiking the Appalachian Trail (available June 16, 2015). Game Warden...
DreamingReviews
May 12 2015

Fresh Meat: The Body in the Birches by Katherine Hall Page

The Body in the Birches by Katherine Hall Page is the 22nd cozy mystery in the Faith Fairchild series set in Maine (available May 12, 2015). Some books make you hungry as well as intrigued. Katherine...
TeddyP
November 19 2014

Naked Teen Breaks into Two Homes in One Night

Here is another interesting story for you this morning. An 18-year-old Maine man faces charges after police claim he broke into not one, but two homes while completely naked. According to Falmouth...
LeighNeely
June 17 2014

Fresh Meat: Cradle to Grave by Eleanor Kuhns

Cradle to Grave by Eleanor Kuhns is the third historical mystery featuring Will Rees, a Revolutionary War veteran braving a winter trek to New York with his wife to save a Shaker friend accused of murder...
girlygirl415
May 3 2014

Fresh Meat: Boiled Over by Barbara Ross

Boiled Over by Barbara Ross is the second cozy installment in the Maine Clambake mystery series featuring Julia Snowden, former New York City girl who has returned to Busman’s Harbor, Maine, to...
niidasholm
April 29 2014

10 Great Things About the Inaugural Maine Crime Wave

On Saturday, April 19, the Maine Writers & Publishers Alliance did an extremely cool thing: they sponsored a crime writing conference. Maine’s first, unless I’m much mistaken. With...
AmberKeller
March 19 2014

Fresh Meat: Without Warning by David Rosenfelt

Without Warning by David Rosenfelt is a Maine thriller about a small town's murderous mysteries, uncovered after a hurricane unearths a time capsule (available March 25, 2014). Author David...
jenny_maloney
October 1 2013

Fresh Meat: Darkness First By James Hayman

Darkness First by James Hayman, the debut thriller featuring Detectives McCabe and Savage, shows the deadly effects the OxyContin trade has on a small northeastern town (available October 1, 2013). In...
girlygirl415
September 23 2013

Fresh Meat: Christmas Carol Murder by Leslie Meier

Christmas Carol Murder by Leslie Meier is the twentieth in the cozy mystery series featuring Lucy Stone of Tinker’s Cove, Maine (available September 24, 2013). I love Christmas and I love...
niidasholm
August 30 2013

Fresh Meat: Clammed Up by Barbara Ross

Clammed Up by Barbara Ross is the debut of a new cozy mystery series set in coastal Maine, featuring struggling family-businessowner Julie Snowden, a killer at a wedding party, and traditional seafood...
niidasholm
July 13 2013

Fresh Meat: Massacre Pond by Paul Doiron

Massacre Pond by Paul Doiron is the 4th novel featuring Maine game warden Mike Bowditch, who investigates the senseless slaughter of ten moose, shot and left to die on the private property of a wealthy...
CrimeHQ
August 7 2012

Now Win This!: Paul Dorion’s Bad Little Falls

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girlygirl415
August 4 2012

Fresh Meat: Bad Little Falls by Paul Doiron

Bad Little Falls by Paul Doiron is the third book in a series featuring Maine game warden Mike Bowditch (available August 7, 2012). Due to “administrative trouble,” Maine game warden Mike Bowditch...
Terrie
February 16 2012

Murder, She Wrote: Jessica Fletcher Still Rules the Air

When I finally have an hour to sit down and I want to watch a well-crafted mystery, I often turn to that excellent series with the mystery writer/amateur sleuth who gets involved in all kinds of hijinks....