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Marcia Talley
I write mystery novels set in the Chesapeake Bay region
Interests: Sailing the Chesapeake Bay, travel, knittting and reading.
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Beautifully said, Elaine. We are all Sue's daughters. I remember reading A-C while on a trip to Stratford-on-Avon to visit my daughter, Laura, who was spending her junior year studying Chaucer at nearby Warwick University. When I got home, I immediately bought and devoured D ... and every letter of the alphabet since. I was fortunate to have been able to chat with Sue at Malice and at the Edgars one year; she was super supportive of other mystery writers. We shall miss her.
I’m excited to let readers know that Hannah’s sixteenth adventure, Mile High Murder, will be released by Severn House Publishers on December 30! To promote the launch, Severn House included me in a new feature on their website, Five Things... Continue reading
Posted Dec 7, 2017 at My Weblog
Awwwww! I love cute kitten stories. A shot in the arm during these troubled times!
Toggle Commented Dec 6, 2017 on The Family Grows at My Weblog
Fish and chips by the seaside is my idea of a perfect day, Frances!!
Toggle Commented Nov 30, 2017 on Whitby, Queen of the British Seaside at My Weblog
She’s b-a-a-a-a-ck! After a month of living on a sailboat, pretty much off the grid, it’s good to set my feet on dry land. Followers of the Femmes know that my husband and I spend approximately half the year –... Continue reading
Posted Nov 23, 2017 at My Weblog
The news has been so depressing lately that even the New York Times has been interspersing their briefings with pictures of pandas cubs. Meanwhile, I've been avoiding television and concentrating on the copy edits for the next Hannah Ives mystery,... Continue reading
Posted Oct 12, 2017 at My Weblog
Cath, I remember our chats oh so many years ago about your efforts to locate your biological father! I'm so glad your efforts were successful.
Toggle Commented Sep 28, 2017 on The Family Vault at My Weblog
Dean, I agree about the careless errors you find in the trees of others! I'm super cautious when the only "proof" is from another person's family tree! I found one relative on my husband's side who died in 1835, and yet he somehow appears on the Civil War pension rolls. Uh, no!
Be afraid, Hank. is like an addiction!
Toggle Commented Sep 28, 2017 on The Family Vault at My Weblog
Well, well, well Kathy Lynn Emerson. We must be cousins, then, because Samuel Gorton is my 9th great grandfather!!!
Toggle Commented Sep 28, 2017 on The Family Vault at My Weblog
It must be something in the air! Dean James and I are both caught up in our family histories! I’ve recently delivered Hannah’s sixteenth adventure, Mile High Murder, to my editor, and while I await her feedback, I’ve been visiting... Continue reading
Posted Sep 22, 2017 at My Weblog
The Femmes Fatales are delighted to welcome guest blogger, Triss Stein, who will tell us all about her Brooklyn mystery series. -- Marcia ======= When I started writing my Brooklyn series, I wasn’t thinking several books ahead. The truth is... Continue reading
Posted Aug 23, 2017 at My Weblog
by Sujata Massey Summer reading assignments always brings groans. As a mother of two teenagers, I’ve seen a lot of school-selected reading that has a serious bent. It’s almost inevitable the book must be a social tragedy designed to wake... Continue reading
Posted Aug 9, 2017 at My Weblog
I glad no horses were injured in the production of this novel! ;-)
Toggle Commented Aug 3, 2017 on Straight from the Horse's Mouth at My Weblog
Seinfeld -- although it was "about nothing." LOL. And there are any number of series, particularly emanating from the UK, that hooked me over the years. "Danger, UXB," "All Creatures Great and Small," and the absolutely perfect "Foyles War."
Toggle Commented Aug 2, 2017 on Vive l'Ensemble! at My Weblog
BLAME is already on my Kindle and as soon as I deliver my WIP -- soon, soon -- I'm planning to get right on it!
Toggle Commented Jul 27, 2017 on Fighting Fire at My Weblog
Huzzah!! Can't wait. I read BRAIN STORM in draft, and I just finished reading the final version in paperback last week, so the series is fresh in my mind. Angela is such a great protagonist.
Toggle Commented Jul 20, 2017 on Five Days!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! at My Weblog
by Marcia Talley I'm currently in Deadline Hell, within two chapters of delivering my 16th Hannah Ives mystery, MILE HIGH MURDER, to my editor. I'd completely forgot it was my day to blog, until Elaine reminded me, so I'm hoping... Continue reading
Posted Jul 13, 2017 at My Weblog
Sounds like great fun! Shall have to order for the grand girls, ages 10 and 11 respectively!
Toggle Commented Jun 21, 2017 on Those Daring Girl Detectives at My Weblog
I spent two years living a vegan lifestyle during which time Barry put hot dogs on everything. His favorite recipe that he made himself -- brandied hot dogs au gratin, cooked in the microwave. Eeeeuw!!
Toggle Commented Jun 17, 2017 on Life on a Small Island ... Homecoming at My Weblog
Animals can be so picky! The swimming pigs in the Exumas turn up their snouts at veggies. They much prefer peanut butter sandwiches.
Toggle Commented Jun 16, 2017 on Life on a Small Island ... Homecoming at My Weblog
I could feed Harry in shrimp, Elaine!
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2017 on Life on a Small Island ... Homecoming at My Weblog
Waaah! Why can't we have WinCo on the east coast?
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2017 on You can keep your raindrops on roses. at My Weblog
Margaret, they had the leisure of gnawing thru the lids of the Tupperware to get to the pasta! UGH!!!
Toggle Commented Jun 15, 2017 on Life on a Small Island ... Homecoming at My Weblog
I thought I knew all about termites. They live in the ground. They tunnel up into your house through easily-spotted mud tubes. Then I moved half-time to a tropical island in the Bahamas where the termites are sneaky. They crawl... Continue reading
Posted May 10, 2017 at My Weblog