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Guest Post: THE SNOWMAN – Jo Nesbo

Today, a guest post by Maine Colonial – a terrific writer and recovering lawyer who enjoys reading traditional mysteries, police procedurals, espionage thrillers and Eurocrime. This is Nesbø’s seventh Harry Hole novel, but the fifth to be published in English.  … Continue reading

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Guest Post:THE HIGHLY EFFECTIVE DETECTIVE PLAYS THE FOOL: Richard Yancey

Today, a guest post by Maine Colonial – a terrific writer and recovering lawyer who enjoys reading traditional mysteries, police procedurals, espionage thrillers and Eurocrime. This is the third in the Teddy Ruzak series, set in Knoxville, Tennessee.  The series … Continue reading

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Guest Post: FROM AWAY – David Carkeet

Today, a guest post by Maine Colonial – a terrific writer and recovering lawyer who enjoys reading traditional mysteries, police procedurals, espionage thrillers and Eurocrime. This is a comic mystery unlike any other.  Our protagonist, Dennis Braintree, is a hapless … Continue reading

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Guest Post: THE BRUTAL TELLING – Louise Penny

Today, a guest post by Maine Colonial – a terrific writer and recovering lawyer who enjoys reading traditional mysteries, police procedurals, espionage thrillers and Eurocrime. The fifth book in the Armand Gamache Three Pines series opens like a campfire ghost … Continue reading

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Guest Post: THE WEED THAT STRINGS THE HANGMAN’S BAG – Alan Bradley

Today, a guest post by Maine Colonial – a terrific writer and recovering lawyer who enjoys reading traditional mysteries, police procedurals, espionage thrillers and Eurocrime. 11-year-old sleuth Flavia de Luce returns in Alan Bradley’s series set in 1950s England.  The … Continue reading

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