Paul Doiron Announces Release of His 12th Mike Bowditch Novel, ‘Dead By Dawn’

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Award-winning novelist Paul Doiron announced today the publication date of his next book, Dead By Dawn. This will be the 12th installment in his popular Mike Bowditch series, which debuted 10 years ago with The Poacher’s Son. We’ve been big fans of the series ever since that first book transported us to the Maine woods, so we can’t wait for this next chapter!

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In ‘Rival’s Break,’ Revenge is Served with a Side of Deadly Mushrooms [REVIEW]

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In Carla Neggers’ Rival’s Break, a yacht is the perfect place to die. (Photo courtesy Canva)

A criminal mastermind. Deadly poison. And a stolen painting. Can two FBI agents put the pieces of the puzzle together in time to stop a fatal threat before it strikes again? Find out in Carla Neggers’ breathless new thriller, Rival’s Break. Read more of this post

‘The Hollow Middle’ Captures An Educator in the Midst of an Existential Crisis [REVIEW]

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An educator ponders his existence in John Popielaski’s debut novel, The Hollow Middle. (Photo by doublecompile, Flickr)

An educator in the midst of a midlife crisis suddenly receives an unexpected windfall of cash and the opportunity to make some major changes in his life. But as he ponders his existence to date, will he find his way toward self actualization or will he get mired down in the ambiguity of what could have been? Find out in John Popielaski’s The Hollow MiddleRead more of this post

Doiron’s “Bone Orchard” Takes Us To The Wilds Of Maine [VIDEO]

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Reading a Paul Doiron novel was a new experience for me. I really enjoyed his use of the English language as well as his character descriptions.  Read more of this post