Charles Hewitt and his mother-in-law Magdalene solve a crime on vacation in G.M. Malliet’s “The Pact,”
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I'm on deadline to return corrected proofs of THE WASHING AWAY OF WRONGS - MAX TUDOR #8 - to Hachette / Little, Brown by April 17. The world will have to stop until then. With time off to celebrate Easter, of course. Image by Krysten Merriman
The cover has just been approved for Max Tudor #8 and should be appearing online any day now. This book also has a MAP of the fictional St Luke's College, Oxford, and I'm very excited about that. There may be a giveaway or two for subscribers to my newsletter. So don't forget to sign up on my website at gmmalliet dot com.
The Short Mystery Fiction Society has announced the nominees for the prestigious 2023 Derringer, to be awarded at Bouchercon in San Diego this year. I'm thrilled to say I am on the list in the long form category.
Catch and Release - April Kelly
Acknowledgments - Karen Harrington
Easter Spam - John Weagly
The Final Chapter - James Blakey
Where Palms Sway and the Surf Pounds - Curtis Ippolito
Double Trouble - M.E. Proctor
Hiding Out in Cedar Key -Sharon Marchisello
The Shape of Australia - Christine Poulson
My Two-Legs - Melissa Yuan-Innes
Digging In - Andrew Welsh-Huggins
The Vigil - Toni Goodyear
Tethered - Marcelle Dubé
The White Calf and the Wind - Mike Adamson
The Donovan Gang - John M. Floyd
Negative Tilt - Bobby Mathews
Something Blue - G.M. Malliet
The Wraith of Bunker Hill - Paul D. Marks
Two Shrimp Tacos and a .22 Ruger - Adam Meyer
Dead Men Tell No Tales - Liz Filleul
The Refusal Camp - James Benn
Ripen - Ashley-Ruth M. Bernier
.Agatha Award-winning author of the DCI St. Just mysteries, Max Tudor mysteries, standalone suspense novel WEYCOMBE, Augusta Hawke mysteries, and dozens of short stories. Books offered in all formats, including large print, e-Book, and audio.