Tag Archives: Paul Doiron

My Review of “Trespasser” by Paul Doiron

Paul Doiron was an Edgar Award finalist for his first crime novel. The sequel, Trespasser is even better. Once again, the protagonist is a Maine game warden named Mike Bowditch. And once again, the writing is superb, the story is … Continue reading

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My Night at the Edgars: The Photos

My daughter Melanie and my granddaughter Mikaila accompanied me to the Mystery Writers of America’s Edgar Awards Banquet at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Manhattan. Below are photographs of the event. (The photos showing Melanie and Mikaila with Rambo’s creator, … Continue reading

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My Night at the Edgars

CriminalElement.com, a website hosted by my publisher, asked me to write a first-person account of my night at the Edgar Awards Banquet.  Here it is. In my imagination, mystery novelists spend long days writing in T-shirts and jeans (or maybe … Continue reading

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