Sunday, May 23, 2010


The marvelous Margaret Maron, for those readers who aren't already acquainted, is the author of more than twenty novels and a ton of short stories, and has accumulated a mantle filled with awards and honors for her work. (One book alone, The Bootlegger's Daughter (1992), swept the mystery prizes of its year, including Edgar, Agatha, Macavity, and Anthony Awards).

I had the chance to spend some time with Margaret a few weeks back at Malice Domestic. And today I learned that she wrote a column about me on her web page.

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