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Yes, mathematics. A friend sent me a link to an article in Scientific American about knitting mathematical objects. The title of the article, The Stunning Symbiosis between Math and Knitting, is not complete — they seldom are. There’s crochet and … Continue reading
Mark your calendars if you’re in or near the Twin Cities: On Saturday, February 7, I’ll be doing a signing at Once Upon A Crime mystery bookstore from 12 to 2. And at Excelsior Bay Books on Saturday, February 15 … Continue reading
I’ll be at Magna Cum Murder in Indianapolis the weekend of October 25-27. It’s always a good convention, well worth going to. Hope to see you there!
I wrote the Peter Brichter series under my maiden name of Mary Monica Pulver. It has mostly been out of print for years — all that could be bought new was a trade paperback of Murder at the War, put … Continue reading
I’ll be giving a talk on Thursday, July 25, 2013, at 5:30 p.m. It’ll be at the Webber Park Community Building, 4400 Dupont Ave N, Minneapolis.
FTL Publications, which is republishing my Peter Brichter series both in paper and as e-books, is offering a free download of Murder at the War (written as Mary Monica Pulver) April 16-17 through Amazon. This was my first published novel. … Continue reading
The e-book version of Original Sin, fourth of the Peter Brichter mysteries by Mary Monica Pulver, will be available for a free Kindle download on February 27 and 28. (Mary Monica? I resemble that person …)
… will be a free download for Kindle on Wednesday and Thursday, February 20, 21 2013. Another Mary Monica Pulver bonus for fans of Monica Ferris!
The Betsy Devonshire Needlework Mysteries are my third series, written as Monica Ferris. The second series was about Dame Frevisse, Abbess of a nunnery in the days of Thomas Chaucer. (The books were written by Margaret Frazer, a pen name … Continue reading
A review for And Then You Dye has been published at Fresh Fiction.