Prostitute Diana Andrews has a business problem, and his name is John Doe.
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Prostitute Diana Andrews has to get the Atlantic City police off her back, even if it means breaking up a casino rip-off and solving two murders, one twenty years cold and the other scalding hot.
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My review of the Write Stuff conference, held every March in Allentown, Pa., is now up at Elaine Ash's Ashedit blog. I'll give you a one-word summary here: recommended.
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The new issue of Mysterical-e is live, with my stand-alone storyThe Tango Queen.Set at Harvard in 1947, it's pretty far from Diana Andrews territory.
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It was supposed to be a lucrative job posing as a rich man's girlfriend, but that was before someone ended up dead. Now the police are leaning on prositute Diana Andrews and making her cooperate with them. From Cape May to darkest Morris County, New Jersey, she must investigate old money and murder and hope she's not the next victim.
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My report on the 2011 Crimebake conference is over at Elaine Ash's blog:
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In The Work Wife prostitute Diana Andrews solves the case and explains some things about herself. The story is now online in the Winter 2010-2011 issue of Mysterical-e.
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Lest it ever be said that I lack chutzpah ...
(Temptations Magazine is a new erotica zine.)
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I hope I will see some of you at the Deadly Ink conference in Parsippany, NJ, June 25-27. Conference organizer Debby Buchanan has asked me to sit on two panels, one of short story writers, and the other called "Writing the Opposite Sex."
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