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Today we get a look at the cover of DAY OF THE DARK, a crime fiction anthology edited by Kaye George and due out from Wildside Press on July 21. Laura Oles’ “Oceans Fifty” and M. K. Waller’s “I’ll Be a Sunbeam” … Continue reading
A small town in Colorado was recently shocked by a “sexting” scandal involving 100 high school and middle school students sharing nude photographs of themselves and other students. School officials, parents and police are at a loss to understand and respond–as I … Continue reading
Some writers never struggle to find enough words; they struggle to prune over-long manuscripts. Other writers, like me, start out with a premise and work through an outline to a rough draft that is . . . short. As I expand … Continue reading
Wouldn’t it be great to have a list of every book you’ve ever read? An aunt of mine kept such a list. We found it when she died at ninety. It would be a wonderful gift for a child, to … Continue reading
By Elizabeth Buhmann Continuing the series, Murder in Exotic Places. The digital image below hardly does justice to the exquisite jacket on Keigo Higashino’s most recent murder mystery, Malice. I paid top dollar for the hardcover because it was just … Continue reading
MURDER IN EXOTIC PLACES, continued. by Elizabeth Buhmann Last month, I wrote about books set on the Indian subcontinent. How about books set in Africa? I have never been to Africa, but I’ve read Paul Theroux’s Dark Star Safari. The subtitle … Continue reading
By Elizabeth Buhmann I love to read murder mysteries that are set somewhere in the world that I have never been. Let me hasten to say that I do not care for such mysteries when they’ve been written by someone … Continue reading