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They’re not killing guests

Long before I ever considered becoming a writer of murder mysteries, my wife and I would make a trip every winter to the White Mountains of New Hampshire.  It was an annual pilgrimage, a week of cross-country skiing in and around the Jackson Ski Touring Foundation.  Every trip was memorable, but only one trip was… Continue reading They’re not killing guests

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True Crime

Murder Hotel

Long before I ever considered becoming a writer of murder mysteries, my wife and I would make a trip every winter to the White Mountains of New Hampshire. It was an annual pilgrimage, a week of cross-country skiing in and around the Jackson Ski Touring Foundation. Every trip was memorable, but only one trip was… Continue reading Murder Hotel

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In Search of Kermit Jaediker

"The tall hawk-faced Holder and the curvy brown-haired Lynnor Gershenson were lovers and what made their lovemaking so fascinating to the police was that Holder's wife had been murdered." You would be excused for assuming that this wonderful sentence is lifted from one of those paperback pulp novels, a bit of classic hardboiled detective fiction.… Continue reading In Search of Kermit Jaediker