Tag Archives: mystery

Whodunit in DC?

BC alumna Colleen J. Shogan, who serves as Deputy Director of National and International Outreach for the Library of Congress, also is the author of the Washington Whodunit mystery book series. The first book, Stabbing in the Senate (Camel Press, 2015) won a 2016 … Continue reading

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Dead Ringer

Why is everyone staring at Laura Rivers? That’s just the beginning of the mystery; turns out, Laura has a doppelgänger, and it isn’t just anyone. So begin the twists and turns of Dead Ringer (Full Fathom Five, 2015), a debut novel by … Continue reading

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Mystery on the Outer Banks

Award-winning author Kathryn O’Sullivan has published the third novel in her Colleen McCabe mystery series, Neighing with Fire ( St. Martin’s Press/Minotaur, 2015). The series is set in the Outer Banks village of Corolla, North Carolina and features Fire Chief Colleen McCabe. O’Sullivan, who earned a … Continue reading

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Her name is Moxie

Boston College alumna Erin Dionne’s Boston-based book for middle schoolers, Moxie and the Art of Rule Breaking (Puffin, 2014), is a finalist for a Silver Falchion Award from Killer Nashville, an annual conference for mystery, thriller and suspense writers. The award honors … Continue reading

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A Carrie Bloomfield novel

The Winship Affair (Blue Mustang Press) is a new murder mystery novel with a scientific touch written by Phil Temples of BC’s Computer Science Department. According to the publisher, The Winship Affair is the story of eccentric, but brilliant multidisciplinary scientist Carrie Bloomfield … Continue reading

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Murder on the Outer Banks

Boston College alumna Kathryn O’Sullivan has published a new mystery novel, Murder on the Hoof (St. Martin’s Press/Minotaur, 2014). It is a sequel to her novel Foal Play, which was awarded the St. Martin’s Minotaur/Malice Domestic Best Traditional Mystery Novel prize. Like Foal Play, … Continue reading

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Murder mystery in Charlestown

Boston College alumnus Tom MacDonald has published The Charlestown Connection, which tells the story of Dermot Sparhawk, a former all-American football star at Boston College, who takes to the streets of Boston to solve his godfather’s murder. MacDonald says he … Continue reading

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