Prime Suspect

Murder is afoot in Lower Hillsdale Heights. A body was discovered in Judy Nedry’s backyard garden early this morning. The victim is a female rat of indeterminate age weighing just under one pound. The body is approximately nine inches long with a tail of commensurate length. The victim experienced puncture wounds to the neck and stomach. There were signs […]

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Craig Johnson rode into town on a balmy night last summer to promote his latest Walt Longmire novel Junkyard Dogs. Until that night, I’d never heard of him. But, as he was reading at one of my favorite indie bookstores, Murder By The Book, we decided to check him out. He looked like a cowboy. He […]

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Holiday Book Gifts – I

Dear Y’all, I’ve read some fabulous books in recent months. “Gardens of Eatin’” is my most recent blog at the Red Room (Where the Writers Are) web site. Check it out. Meanwhile, more books to think about in the next few instalments. Gardens of Eatin’ by Judy Nedry December 2, 2009, Today I traveled Portland […]

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Here’s the latest book publicity, posted last week on John Valeri’s book blog at the Hartford Examiner: http://www.examiner.com/examiner/x-3859-Hartford-Books-Examiner~y2009m10d16-Judy-Nedry. Electronic media is a great way to see and be seen. John and I met on Twitter a couple weeks back, became Facebook friends, and so on. All our contact has been via e-mail. Penny Sansevieri at http://www.authormarketing.com […]

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Much activity since my last communique. Work with distributing An Unholy Alliance continues. An uncomfortable heat wave has had Portland under its thumb for a week now. It was most fortunate that Cheryl and I planned our research caper to Bandon, Oregon during two of the worst days. The day we left Portland, official high […]

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Wynne and Judy Thursday night, my place, friends and family gathered for the official release of An Unholy Alliance. The author spent the day fretting over shortcakes, the weather, and the state of strawberries, but managed to find some great berries at a roadside stand in Tigard. The shortcakes turned out fine; however, the author […]

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