MYSTERIES FOR THE BEACH? Get MURDER AMONG FRIENDS!
I’m excited to announce that the collection Murder Among Friends: Mysteries Inspired by the Life and Works of John Greenleaf Whittier–which will contain my mystery story “A Cricket in the Wall”– is now available! You can pick it up on Amazon here: http://bit.ly/MAFCricket, and don’t forget that ALL PROCEEDS go to benefit the Whittier Birthplace in Haverhill, MA!
I’m honored to appear with some well-known writers, some old friends, and some of Greenleaf’s contemporaries. If you love mysteries, this is perfect for the beach! Here’s the Table of Contents. For bios, visit here.
Edith Maxwell (Murder in the Summer Kitchen)
John Greenleaf Whittier (The Murdered Lady)
Pete Rawlik (On the Black Ice)
Victoria Weisfeld (The Flock)
Ken Faig (The Goodwife and the Bookseller)
William Cullen Bryant (The Murdered Traveller)
David Bernard (The Death Clock)
Susan Oleksiw (Miss Larcom Meets the Neighbors)
Kristi Petersen Schoonover (Cricket in the Wall)
Gregory L. Norris (Antiques)
Lucy Larcom (The Murderer’s Request)
Rock Neelly (Cane Fishing)
Celia Thaxter (A Memorable Murder)
John Greenleaf Whittier (A Mother’s Revenge)
Judi Calhoun (Exposed for Murder)
D.G. Critchley (The Skeleton on the Ski Lift)
In case you missed it, my story “Shreds of Black” appeared in Snowbound with Zombies: Tales of the Supernatural Inspired by the Life and Works of John Greenleaf Whittier, a collection of horror stories which also benefits the birthplace. You can pick that up here: http://a.co/hqRzScZ
Posted on June 28, 2017, in News, Short Stories and tagged David Goudsward, Elizabeth Maxwell, Gregory L. Norris, John Greenleaf Whittier, Judi Calhoun, Lake Winnipesaukee, mystery story anthologies, Post Mortem Press collections, stories about Lake Winnipesaukee, Whittier Birthplace Museum, Whittier's poem about being on a lake. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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