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Today is a cold one for this time of year. Usually we are around thirty-four degrees but today our forecast is for the mid-twenties and a north wind, which means I’ll be pulling out the Army-green parka and clunky boots. … Continue reading

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Some days I am painfully aware of being a little kid in an adult body. Take today, for example. I was going about my grown-up life. I had my list and was heading to town to grab my weekly mocha … Continue reading

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  When I wrote Ravens Cove, An Alaska Iconoclast Mystery, in 2009, I had never heard of Houska Castle in the Czech Republic or Bobby Mackey’s Music World in Kentucky. Both of these locations purport to be doorways for dark … Continue reading

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Ravens Cove is a town steeped in natural splendor and supernatural turbulence. On its surface, the Cove is an ordinary town edged by majestic mountains on one side and the Cook Inlet on the other. It is also flanked by … Continue reading

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I started writing because I love a great ghost story. I also love a great mystery and/or thriller. What happened, quite by accident, is my books cross genres. My readers don’t seem to mind and, after all, who do I … Continue reading

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