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May 28, 2019

I recently visited Providence, Rhode Island, which has been “weird since 1636,” according to my grandson’s T-shirt.  Providence was founded in 1636 by renegade preacher Roger Williams, who was forced to flee Massachusetts because of religious persecution. Williams purc...

December 4, 2017

My first encounter with an unreliable narrator—that I recognized, that is—was years ago when I first read Agatha Christie’s notorious The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, first published in 1926. The ending stunned me as it has many other readers through the years. It also gav...

November 20, 2017


When I wrote my first novel, Shadow of the Rock, I wanted to subject my heroine, Sara Miller, to an assault and near-rape, but I needed help describing how a predator would approach his victim. I found an excellent description in  Gavin de Becker’s book, The Gift of F...

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