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Lisa Gardner’s Catch Me: Trust Me, You Won’t Put It Down

Sergeant Detective D. D. Warren has a lot on her plate. She’s a new mother, her parents are coming to visit, and a vigilante crime fighter is killing pedophiles in her city. 513 more words

Book Review

Invitation To A Few Murders

Invitation To A Few Murders – A Country House Mystery (Parker Daniels Casebook)

Throw another log on the fire, put up your feet and revel in an old-fashioned, murderous, New England Christmas. 97 more words


Cute Little Flowers

Last week, as I sat and listened to a bestselling author speak about writing murder mysteries, someone in the audience asked, “Why do you write about murder?” The author explained that she wrote what she knew – she had worked as a journalist investigating murders for years before writing novels. 774 more words

Sherrie Hansen


With the launch of our new website we wanted to take the opportunity tell you all a little bit about our team here at P&W, what we are individually passionate about – what makes us tick! 148 more words

Pemberton Whitefoord

Is a good novel all about how it makes the reader feel?

When reading a self-help book about writing professionally for Kindle, I came across an interesting piece of advice. The author pointed out that whatever the genre, fiction or non-fiction, what was crucial to a book’s success, was the way it made people feel. 442 more words

Creative Writing

The Amazing Awesomeness of Books

As I am still recovering from my surgery, I’ve got some time on my hands. And by that, I mean some time that I am not sleeping. 974 more words


Book Review: Déjà Dead/Bones

So I bought a book on Sunday after reading the paper on crime fiction. I decided that I wanted to try and start the series that the television show “Bones” is based off of. 361 more words