Julia interviews bestselling authors of traditional mysteries

Featured interviews:
Maine crime fiction writers Paul Doiron and James Hayman

Paul Doiron Paul Doiron is an honest-to-goodness Maine Guide, one of Maine's legendary corps of woodsmen (and women), as well as the Editor-in-Chief of Downeast Magazine, "The Magazine of Maine". His critically acclaimed Mike Bowditch mysteries are more Carolyn Chute than L.L. Bean. Read my interview with Paul, or visit his website at www.pauldoiron.com.

Jim Hayman James Hayman lives on an island off the Maine coast. He bolstered his knowledge of police procedure with the cooperation of local Maine law enforcement agencies to create Mike McCabe, a New York City cop (we'd say he's from away) who finds himself solving crimes in Portland, Maine. Enjoy my interview with Jim, or visit his website at www.jameshaymanthrillers.com.

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Mysterious Maine

The Pine Tree State has more terrific crime fiction writers per capita than any place I know...it must be the long winters. I'll be featuring interviews with some of Maine's finest writing talent this Winter, so thanks for stopping by to check it out!