Monthly Archives: August 2011

Writing With … Louise Penny

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I am thrilled beyond words to welcome one of my favorite writers, Louise Penny, whose Armand Gamache mysteries have appeared on bestseller lists worldwide.  Her last book, BURY YOUR DEAD, won the Ellis for best mystery in Canada, and is nominated for the Anthony, Barry, Macavity and Nero awards in the United States.  Her next book, A TRICK OF THE LIGHT, will be released tomorrow.  You can visit her website at Q. Tell us about your book and what …

Blogging Break

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We’re now officially in the thick of August. Time for a vacation. No, I won’t be going the beach (or the Shore, as they say here in New Jersey.) Nor will I be heading to a nice cabin by a lake in Maine, which is where I’d actually love to spend a week or two. Instead, I’ll be spending my time at home, finishing up my next book. So for the next two weeks, the blog will be on vacation …

Pre-Order BAD MOON

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The case of a boy missing for 40 years explodes into the present in BAD MOON, Todd Ritter’s second novel featuring Perry Hollow, Pa., Police Chief Kat Campbell. On the same night that Neil Armstrong walked on the moon, 10-year-old Charlie Olmstead jumped on his bike to see if he could get a better look. It was the last anyone ever saw of him. After Perry Hollow Police Chief Jim Campbell found Charlie’s bike caught in a creek above a …