Tag Archives: mystery

Readers–I need your help deciding something

I’ve been re-reading one of my favorite mystery writers lately–Rex Stout. Stout began writing his 1/7 ton, orchid-loving gourmand genius detective Nero Wolfe in the thirties (just after the end of Prohibition, Wolfe’s first recorded words are, “Where’s the beer?”). But the … Continue reading

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Washington’s Split Personality – Guest Cathy Perkins

It’s my pleasure to welcome back Cathy Perkins who blends financial-based mystery plots with delving into the relationship-aspect of her characters’ lives. Her suspense writing lurks behind a financial day-job, where she learned firsthand the camouflage, hide in plain sight, skills … Continue reading

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New Beginnings: Guest Author Cathy Perkins

It’s my pleasure this morning to welcome fellow Golden Heart finalist (2008) and Carina Press author, Cathy Perkins as my guest.  Cathy is a member of the Mystery Writers of America and International Thriller Writers. She writes predominantly financial-based mysteries … Continue reading

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