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Donna Fletcher Crow

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Donna Fletcher Crow (US) is the author of forty-some books, mostly novels dealing with the history of British Christianity. She is the author of The Monastery Murders series; The Lord Danvers Victorian True-Crime series; The Elizabeth & Richard literary mysteries, GLASTONBURY,A Novel of the Holy Grail and more.
www.donnafletchercrow.com

Fay Sampson

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Fay Sampson (UK) is a writer of adult and children's fiction and non-fiction, including A MALIGNANT HOUSE, #2 in the Susie Fewings series, a British Crime Club Pick.
http://www.faysampson.co.uk

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Farmers Market Comes to Me

By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ June 18, 2015

I love farmers' markets— fresh produce, locally grown, unusual varieties of vegetables not easily found in stores. . . But the truth is, I seldom get myself out to a market. Always in a hurry. Pick something up quickly at the grocery store. . .

Now I have no more excuses. The Boise Farmers Market has established a Mobile Market that comes to...

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Cover Reveal: New D. I. Shona McKenzie

By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ May 31, 2015

 And here it is! Drum roll, trumpet fanfare~~

 

Killer’s Craft, Book 2 in Wendy Jones’ phenomenally popular D. I. Shona McKenzie series!

What fun to be taking part in the cover reveal of what is certain to be a spine-tingling read.

The book will be released July 20th at Waterstone’s in Dundee Scotland. If that’s too far for some of you to attend, the book will soon be available for advance purchase on Amazon.

Read more about Wendy and her first book Killer’s Countdown here.

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Revisiting the Scene of the Crime

By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ May 12, 2015

 I’m not sure how accurate the old saw about criminals revisiting the scene of their crime is, but I can testify to the truth of it for crime writers. Last month I had the delight of revisiting the scene of a murder I committed many years ago at the Oregon Shakespearean Festival in Ashland.  Well, at least, my villain in A Midsummer Eve’s Nightmare did.

 

 

 

                                                                 We never missed a season at Ashland for years and years, and then life got even busier—as it seems to do— and...

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Marilyn Meredith, Stamina Beyond Retirement

By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ April 27, 2015

Donna: I am so happy to welcome Marilyn Meredith to "Deeds of Darkness; Deeds of Light: today. Marilyn and I first met sevral years ago on the mystery writers and readers loop DorothyL. Marilyn is one of the most active, prolific and generous writers in this very energetic group.

Marilyn, I know you keep up with family, are very active in your church and write at least two mystery series. Tell us more about yourself.

Marilyn: I'm also known as F.M. Meredith and am the author...

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Wendy Jones, D.I. Shona McKenzie and Dundee

By Donna Fletcher Crow ~ April 22, 2015

Welcome, Wendy. I'm delighted to have you as my guest today on "Deeds of Darkness; Deeds of Light." What a shame that our shring a cup of Scottish Blend tea has to be virtual. 

Donna, thank you for inviting...

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Fay Sampson Discovers Recurring Themes in Her Work

By Fay Sampson ~ April 20, 2015

t’s strange how some ideas haunt you, turning up repeatedly in your work, even when you don’t consciously will it. 

When I set out to write the Aidan Mysteries I wanted to set them in sacred places that had seized my imagination when I first visited them – a wonderful excuse, too, for a second, in-depth pilgrimage. I set the third of these, A Corpse in Holy Waters, around the sacred wells of Cornwall and Devon. In particular, there was that little chapel of St Clether, out on the moor, where the stream comes into the church from one well-house, flows behind the altar, and out into a second sacred well...

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