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October 11 Meeting at the Concord Inn!
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We love mystery!

Sisters in Crime is an international organization with 48 chapters worldwide dedicated to the professional development and advancement of women crime writers.  Our New England chapter hosts events for mystery lovers at various locations throughout the year and offers networking, advice and support to mystery writers. Our membership includes women and men, beginning writers and well-known authors, readers, librarians and booksellers from the six New England States and beyond.    >> More

Upcoming Events

  Class Description Can This Manuscript Be Saved? Rejected? Can’t get an agent? Can’t sell, even though your critique partners LOVE your work? Susan Meier reviews...

Vicki Doudera, Janet Morgan, and J.E. Seymour will discuss how they use real-life experiences and background, combined with research, to write their mysteries.

Dorothy Cannell, Maine resident, and author of the widely acclaimed Ellie Haskell series, will speak about her mystery novels.  (arranged in cooperation with the Maine Crime...


by Lucy Burdette

Murder with Ganache is the fourth mystery starring Hayley Snow, a food critic who lives on a houseboat in Key West. Her. . .

Feta Attraction

by Susannah Hardy

Georgie Nikolopatos manages the Bonaparte House, a Greek restaurant and historic landmark in beautiful upstate New York . . .


by Ray Daniel

Uber-geek Tucker and his beautiful wife, Carol, developed security software together for MantaSoft until the day he was . . .

Small Plates

by Katherine Hall Page

Small Plates is my first collection of short fiction. The title refers to the length of each, but also relates to the pl. . .

'Til Dirt Do Us Part

by Edith Maxwell

The produce is local--and so is the crime--when long-simmering tensions lead to murder following a festive dinner on Cam. . .

For the Love of Parvati: An Anita Ray Mystery

by Susan Oleksiw

In the foothills of South India a man struggles to free himself from ropes tying him to an old bridge while the monsoon . . .

Boiled Over

by Barbara Ross

For Julia Snowden, the Founder's Day summer celebration in Busman's Harbor, Maine, means helping her family's clambake . . .

Whom Evil Touches

by D.E. Royce

Judy Lydon Kennedy led two lives. Once her husband Will knew about, the other artfully shrouded by her endless gamesmans. . .

Burn in Hell, A Jake Carrington Series

by Marian Lanouette

A botched missing person’s case. A nervous Mob boss. Lt. Jake Carrington’s gut tells him Phil Lucci is cagey for. . .