Member News: Rosemary Harris’s Third is Dead

The third installment of member Rosemary Harris’s Dirty Business gardening mysteries has just been released by Minotaur Books.  When amateur sleuth and professional landscaper Paula Holliday discovers, along with the …

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Member News: Hilary Davidson’s tingling!

Member Hilary Davidson has been nominated by Spinetingler Magazine in their category Best Short Story on the Web! “Insatiable,” was originally published by e-zine Beat to a Pulp.  Learn about …

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Member News: Lina Zeldovich Wins with Love

Lina Zeldovich’s short story “Love Is a Strange Thing” just won an honorable mention in the Writer’s Digest Popular Fiction Award.  It was submitted in the Romance category, though she …

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Member News: Three Agatha Nominations!

Malice Domestic is having its 22nd annual conference to discuss and celebrate mysteries from April 30th to May 2nd, 2010.  We’re thrilled that 3 of our local/recently-local Sisters have been …

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Member News: Laura Joh Rowland in WSJ

In yesterday’s Wall Street Journal, David B. Rivkin, Jr. offered his selections for the 5 best historical mystery novels, and THE FIRE KIMONO, by chapter member Laura Joh Rowland, is …

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Member News: Kenneth Wishnia in AHMM

Showing wonderful coordination with his recent historical release, member Kenneth Wishnia has written a short story about two rabbis and a wise woman exiled from Prague in the 16th century. …

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Member News: Peggy Ehrhart’s Blue Murder

Member Peggy Ehrhart’s debut mystery about a blues singer, titled in print as SWEET MAN IS GONE, has been released as an audiobook.  Andrea Bates is the reader/performer, and Books …

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Member News: Remembering Winifred Seery

With sadness, we report that chapter member Winifred Seery of Glastonbury, Connecticut passed away on January 29th at the age of 75.   Her obituary with online guestbook is posted …

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Member News: High-Fiving Ken Wishnia

THE FIFTH SERVANT, published by William Morrow, is a Jewish-themed historical mystery that takes place in Prague, 1592.  On the eve of Passover, in the fragile safety of the Jewish …

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Member News: Maggie Barbieri’s Latest

Blame the holidays (okay, I will,) but we’re precisely a month behind in announcing the 4th installment in Maggie Barbieri’s Murder 101 series published by St. Martin’s. St. Thomas University …

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