If you would like to know more about me and my books, this is where you can find me during the fall of 2018.  Stay tuned, because more events are being added all the time.

 ♦ Thursday to Sunday, September 6-9 I’ll be at Bouchercon in St. Petersburg, Florida. On Thursday afternoon (September 6) at 4:00 p.m. I’ll be participating in a panel discussion on LGBTQ characters and themes in crime fiction.  Moderated by publicist extraordinare Dana Kaye, the other panelists will be writers John Copenhaver, Stephanie Gayle, JM Redmann and Alison R Soloman. I’m certain we’ll have a rocking discussion!  B’con is the biggest crime writing conference of them all, and I’m looking forward to being there and in the company of so many writer friends. If you plan to attend, please find me and say hello. FMI:

On Thursday, September 20 from 7-8 pm I’ll be at Fifth Maine Regiment Museum on beautiful Peaks Island, Maine, talking about my writing process with the brilliant memoirist Elizabeth Peavey. This event is sponsored by the Illustration Institute and is part of the Faison Artist Residency, in which Liz and I  will be participating that week.

 ♦ On Friday and Saturday, October 26-27, I’ll be at the beautiful, historic Jesup Memorial Library in Bar Harbor, Maine for the fourth annual Murder By The Book conference along with a lineup of terrific writers: David Rosenfelt, Julia Spencer-Fleming, James Ziskin, Lynne Raimondo, Richard Cass, Stephanie Gayle, Bruce Coffin, Jane Sloven, Dorothy Cannell, Vaughn Hardacker, Nicole Seavey and James Hayman. A ticketed wine reception on Friday from 5:30 – 8  includes readings by the entire crew of work in progress. A full slate of panel discussions and workshops happens Saturday from 9 am – 4 pm. FMI:

 ♦ On Tuesday, October 30 from 6:30 – 8 pm I’ll be discussing “Mystery Making – How the Stories Get Told” with fellow Maine crime writers Barbara Ross and Richard Cass at Thomas Memorial Library in Cape Elizabeth, Maine. Barb and Dick are terrific writers and it will be a real pleasure to be part of this discussion with them. FMI:

 ♦    Friday through Sunday, November 9 -11  I will be at New England Crime Bake at the Hilton in Woburn, Massachusetts. Crime Bake is the annual conference (party?) of crime writers from the New England region and beyond. The incomparable Walter Mosley is the guest of honor this year and the master classes and panels are stocked with other great writers. FMI:

I’m currently scheduling a number of additional readings at libraries throughout Maine and visits to book groups.  Watch this page for updates.

If you would like me to come to your library, coffee house, community center, or book group to speak about my work, please drop me a note at and we’ll set it up!

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