Monthly Archives: November 2014

MURDER ON C-DOCK

Illustrations by Elizabeth Whelan It was, quite literally, a dark and stormy night, when MURDER ON C-DOCK, my latest mystery, was conceived. At the time I wrote it, I was living on a houseboat in Washington, D.C., only a short … Continue reading

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OVERHEAD WIRES

    When Howie and I win the Massachusetts Lottery’s Mega-Millions (currently $35 million), we have agreed on how we’re going to spend it: Put those ugly overhead electric/telephone wires underground. We’re tired of the electricity cutting off in the … Continue reading

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JACK IN THE PULPIT

When Victoria Trumbull, my 92-year-old poet sleuth, writes her weekly column for the Island Enquirer and needs just the right word, she occasionally glances up from her typewriter at the white-steepled Congregational church in the distant village center. For three … Continue reading

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