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True History Inspiring Fiction

True History Inspiring Fiction

By Alan Hlad Dear Readers, I’ve always been intrigued by World War II mysteries. Churchill’s Secret Messenger was inspired by the valiant women of Winston Churchill’s Secret Army, and a… READ MORE

When Fact Meets Fiction

When Fact Meets Fiction

by Gina Wilkinson There’s an old saying ‘write what you know’ – and in my upcoming novel, When the Apricots Bloom, fact most definitely meets fiction. The story is inspired… READ MORE

Fictional Icons by Alana Wulff

Jo March – Little Women Growing up, I was always a fan of words – whether I was writing them or reading them. I would consume book after book in… READ MORE

Cozy Mysteries For Agatha Christie Fans

Cozy Mysteries For Agatha Christie Fans

National Cozy Mystery Day takes place on Agatha Christie’s birthday, September 15th. If you’re a fan of the Queen of Mystery and have already read all her books three times… READ MORE

Who Were the Astors?

Who Were the Astors?

By Shana Abé Oh, the magnificent Astors! Just the surname alone invokes all sorts of ideas about wealth and privilege, doesn’t it? John Jacob Astor IV was lucky enough to… READ MORE

Out and About Near South Lick

Out and About Near South Lick

By Maddie Day Maddie Day here, delighted that No Grater Crime, the ninth Country Store mystery, is in the hands of readers. My previous post reminds you about Robbie Jordan’s… READ MORE