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Wild Ink - Richard Smyth

The Blurb:

Albert Chaliapin is dead – or at least, he feels like he ought to be. He lives in a world occupied only by the ghosts of his former life (and his nurse, who can’t even get his name right). 449 more words


September and the Single Heart

“Anne, where are you going?”

Good God. His office door is closed and he’s in a meeting but he still knows when I am trying to slip out. 508 more words

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Doors of the Night (Frank L. Packard, 1922)

Billy Zane Kane is the private secretary to David Ellsworth, the multimillionaire, ruby collector, and noted philanthropist. Part of Billy’s job is vetting the stories of all the poor people who appeal to Ellsworth for help. 415 more words


Sleeping Dogs by Brid Wade

The death of a Judge from a gunshot wound makes headline news. When suicide is ruled out, the ‘who’ and ‘why’ of the crime is the burning question. 452 more words


Using Animals To Promote Plot and Theme

My guest is D.J. Adamson, an award-winning author who has recently released her noir mystery novel Admit to Mayhem.  Her family roots grow deep in the Midwest where she sets much of her work. 872 more words


What Is It?!?

Just a fun photo I captured while touring Kennedy Space Center. I figured I owed all of you at least one more “what is it?!?” 12 more words


Promote an Author Tuesday - Annette Dashofy

Today on Promote an Author Tuesday, I’d like to introduce you to Annette Dashofy. The second book in her Zoe Chambers Mystery series is out and the third one is not far behind! 210 more words

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