Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Mystery Scene Review of Pretty Is As Pretty Dies and Ocean Waves

Inkspotter Elizabeth Spann Craig's Pretty Is As Pretty Dies is reviewed in the summer issue of Mystery Scene. The review concludes, "Craig's skill at evoking a small town and its idiosyncratic inhabits renders this mystery a pleasure to read."

In the same issue, Terri Thayer's Ocean Waves is deemed "superb" and "the perfect cozy to keep you company on a rainy afternoon."

Bravo Terri and Elizabeth!

The issue also has photos of Inkspotters Joanna Campbell Slan and G.M. Malliet at Malice Domestic.

10 comments:

Julia Buckley said...

Great job, Elizabeth!

Lisa Bork said...

Congratulations, Elizabeth!

Elizabeth Spann Craig said...

Thanks so much, everybody!

Alan Orloff said...

Nice going, ladies!

Terri Thayer said...

Thanks. Too bad it doesn't rain much here in CA.

Jess Lourey said...

Great work!

Sue Ann Jaffarian said...

Big Congrats, Ladies! You and Mystery Scene Magazine rock!

jbstanley said...

Way to go, ladies!

Saili said...

Hmmm, that was interesting. Looks like somethings will always remain mystery.

I myself has been trying to solve the mystery of the legend that forces you to have "earn it before

having it", for a wile now. Could not understand much though.

Let me know in case you get to understand the mystery of the Old Hound and the Legend

By the way, good writing style. I'd love to read more on similar topics

Shalini said...

Man, I followed that the dark truth link, and was completely in the story. Damn exciting. The latest post talks about a friend of him who's gone missing . Somewhere on his way to Leh, India. And the guy is asking for help find it. Soundss like an online game . This looks interesting. M already hooked on.

Hey, btw, nice post you have there - keep rocking - ;)