Mystery Writer Maya Corrigan
I write mysteries about ordinary people caught up in crimes. They pursue justice, armed only with quick thinking and courage. My Five-Ingredient Mysteries, set in a historic Chesapeake Bay town, star a café manager who solves murders with her live-wire grandfather. Each book has five suspects, five clues, and Granddad's five-ingredient recipes.
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Poe Poll Results
The Poe Poll asked readers to select the story by Edgar Allan Poe that they remember best. By a two-to-once margin, "The Pit and the Pendulum" won. With half as many votes, three stories tied for second place: "The Cask of Amontillado," "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," and "The Tell-Tale Heart." A random number generator has chosen Peggy from Iowa as the winner of The Tell-Tale Tarte. The book will go out in the mail this week.
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You can win a copy of The Tell-Tale Tarte by leaving a comment on my blog: 10 things Jane Austen and Edgar Allan Poe have in common.