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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

Barbara Ross and Vicki Doudera will discuss how they use their own experiences, combined with areas that are less familiar, to write compelling mysteries.

Barbara Ross and Gary Braver (aka Goshgarian) with discuss how they use real-life experiences and knowledge, combined with research, to write their mysteries.

Mystery authors, Edith Maxwell, Liz Mugavero, and Barbara Ross will discuss the challenges they faced writing the second books in their series, after their first books were very...


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. . .


by Ray Daniel

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

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 . . .

Deal Killer

by Vicki Doudera

Realtor-turned-sleuth Darby Farr arrives in the Big Apple and finds big trouble: her boyfriend Miles Porter is a suspect. . .

Postcards of the Hanging

by Steve Liskow

 Growing Up Is Hard To DoIt's 1965 and the Beatles have turned pop music upside down. In the South, the Civil Right. . .

The Forgotten Roses

by Deborah Doucette

The Forgotten Roses is a story about the choices women face, the pull of family, and a little magic all threaded togethe. . .

They Danced by the Light of the Moon

by Tempa Pagel

Andy, a former Detroit social studies teacher, now living in (but not always fitting into) a quaint New England town wit. . .

A Deadly Christmas Carol, a Granite Cove Mystery

by Sharon Love Cook

When sultry Dionne Dunbar is run down in the street one winter's night, Granite Cove Gazette reporter Rose McNichols . . .

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