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Baltimore, Maryland
About Me:
Hi, I'm the author of over forty published novels in a variety of genres including romance, science-fiction fantasy and mystery. My mysteries set in Baltimore are published by Hard Shell Word Factory and include Buried in Baltimore, Burned in Baltimore, and Bumped Off in Baltimore. I also have a historical mystery series set in 19th century Baltimore. These include Gunshy, and Malpractice. My hobbies are sailing, figure skating, walking and reading good books.
Books And Authors I Like:
My favorites keep changing. I'll always love Jane Austen for her dry wit. I loved the latest Kinsey Milhone mystery. I'm a great admirer of all Donald Westlake's books.
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I enjoy The Medium and the many great programs on The History channel.

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March 29, 2007

I've had a few days to mull over the EPIC Conference (Electronically Published Internet Connection) I recently attended. My historical mystery, MALPRACTICE, was a finalist for an award so it gave me a chance to get dressed up and attend a banquet. It was in Virginia Beach--a very nice setting for the event. I didn't win an EPPIE but It was still fun--and fascinating to see a gathering of electronically published folks. How great to rub shoulders with people excited about writing and publishing… Continue

Posted on March 30, 2007 at 1:14am

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At 1:01am on March 30, 2007, Louise Titchener said…
Thanks Mark. I've wondered if Palm Pilots will preserve the ebook as dedicated ebook readers don't seem t o be successful. I just got back from the EPIC conference in Virginia Beach. It was a fascinating gathering of electronically published folks.
At 2:42pm on March 29, 2007, Mark Troy said…
Hi Louise,

It's good to see you on Crimespace. I have Buried in Baltimore, a very enjoyable read, on my Palm Pilot with a Richard S. Prather novel,

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