Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mysterious beginnings…the books that made us fans

Part 2 – Nancy Drew Every mystery fan worth her salt has heard of Nancy Drew.  Most love her, a few think she’s just a little too perfect. I fall into the former category. Nancy Drew was everything I wanted … Continue reading

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Mysterious beginnings…the books that made us fans

Part 1 – Trixie Belden Mystery writers are first and foremost mystery readers. We all owe so much to those who have gone before us – in my case, Agatha Christie, Ellis Peters, Sue Grafton, and so many more have … Continue reading

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What’s in a name?

Naming a character is always a matter of intense interest for an author. Sometimes it’s a lot of work – I find myself flipping through the phone book or baby name book looking for that perfect first name/last name combination. … Continue reading

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