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Vinnie Hansen

“Survivor”–Sisters in Crime version

Vinnie Hansen is starting off our August blog schedule with a bang today, with her own version of a reality show. And she’s got some really BIG news to share! Shh, not…

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Setting Dilemma (plus a New Release)

by Vinnie Hansen Sue Grafton and Marcia Muller were my gateway drugs into mystery addiction. I had a slight preference for Grafton’s series except for one aspect. Sue Grafton set her stories…

There Is a Season For All Things

With spring finally here, after a particularly brutal winter in a good part of the United States, we decided to reflect a bit about the seasons. So we asked our authors this…

8 Ways For an Introvert to Enjoy a Convention

by Vinnie Hansen As authors, we often attend conventions. Probably you have done so as well in the course of your career. After several Left Coast Crime Conventions and one Killer Nashville…

Are Psychopaths Born or Made?

by Kassandra Lamb We’re getting 2015 off to a great start with a joyful post on… psychopaths! Hey, we’re mystery writers; what can we say? This is the final installment in a…

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Word!!

by Kassandra Lamb on behalf of the whole gang! When my son was in his early teens (circa 1993), he and his friends would greet each other with this 4-letter utterance: “Word!”…

Contemplating Christmas and Cuba

by Vinnie Hansen With the release of Black Beans & Venom, my seventh Carol Sabala mystery, my mind turns to Cuba, the book’s setting. My husband and I ventured there during December,…

The Things We Take For Granted…

by Kassandra Lamb, on behalf of the whole misterio press gang All of us here at misterio have lived a few decades (we’re not sayin’ how many) and we’ve had our share…

Spooky Nights

by Vinnie Hansen As night falls, we advance toward the 100-year-old mausoleum in the cemetery. There is no electricity. Candles and a kerosene lamp light the way. Here in Santa Rosa Memorial…

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Researching Murder and Mayhem

posted by Kassandra Lamb~on behalf of the whole gang We mystery writers often wonder why the police or the FBI haven’t come knocking on our doors. If they were monitoring our research…