Monthly Archives: March 2009

News for Kindle fans Cezanne’s Quarry goes wireless

After a number of unexplained technological hiccups, Cezanne’s Quarry has finally made it into what Amazon calls the “earth’s biggest electronic book selection”, Kindle! I’m very excited, although I have never seen Kindle in action. I have friends who swear by it, … Continue reading

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    I will be visiting the Portland Friends of Mystery Bloody Thursday meeting. The event is open and free to the public. I hope to meet a lot of you mystery fans there.   I’ll be discussing Cezanne‘s Quarry, … Continue reading

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Bernard Martin Mystery Revisions

I am about to start what my friend, the novelist Cai Emmons, calls “page one revisions,” going through the manuscript of the second Bernard Martin mystery from top to bottom. I know that I have some “filling in” to do … Continue reading

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Cezanne’s Quarry receives editor’s choice award and hits best mysteries of 2008 lists

More inspiring news.  These are so gratifying and I am truly honored to have my work include in each of these awards and best of 2008 lists.    In August Cezanne’s Quarry  was selected as an editor’s choice by the Historical … Continue reading

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