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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

Crime

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

SAM AND THE ‘WHO DONE IT?’

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

Writing

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

Life