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November 28, 2009

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TJ

I love to read psychological suspense and would love to write them. I will read and study the Starr and Tafoya books.

Very interesting post. I will come back.

Kell Brigan

Hi. Delurking, here. I'm thinking about how cozies and darker subgenre (psychological suspense and/or gothic) can be combined. The most obvious example I can think of is Twin Peaks. (The phrase that best sums up where I want to go is, "Tea first. Then be ready...") Any thoughts on this sort of pairing? Thx.

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