Wednesday, November 15, 2017

The Chair Thief at Trace Evidence

At Trace Evidence, the Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine blog, I have a piece about "The Chair Thief," and about coming up with titles.,

Monday, November 13, 2017

When Women Didn't Count: Choice Review

CHOICE is published by Association of College and Research Libraries, and is the major source academic libraries go to for selecting which nonfiction books to purchase.  When Women Didn't Count was reviewed there today and the bottom line is: "Recommended. All levels/libraries."  Suits me.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

The Cop Who Liked Gilbert and Sulllivan

Eighteen months without  a published story and now two in the same month.  Crazy business.  The new issue (#23) of Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine features "The Cop who LIked Gilbert and Sullivan."  Rare for me, it's a fair play mystery, with a dying clue.

The Chair Thief at The First Two Pages

Art Taylor has taken over B.K. Stevens' fabulous First Two Pages blog at the request of her family.  I had the honor of taking the first swing at it with a piece on "The Chair Thief" which appears (with one of B.K. Stevens' last stories) in the November/December issue of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine.  Thanks, Art (and Bonnie, and family).

When Women Didn't Count at NGIN

I got to speak about my book yesterday at a meeting of the Northwest Government Information Network.  That's the government information librarians for my part of the country, a jury of my peers.  It was fun.  And I was told that the King County Library System has four copoies of When Women DIdn't Count, and they are all checked out.  Clearly they need a fifth. 

Wednesday, November 1, 2017

The Chair Thief at SleuthSayers

Today at SleuthSayers I explain what inspired my new story "The Chair Thief."

The Chair Thief

"The Chair Thief" is in the November/December issue of Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine.  My 27th appearance there, but who's counting?