A forty-year-old skeleton is found encased in a concrete slab at a recently decommissioned nuclear energy site. It becomes a case for the Vermont Bureau of Investigation (VBI) and its leader, Joe Gunther, since they have the resources and the ability to investigate an old, very cold, missing persons case that has now been… [More Info & Read Excerpt]
What a thrill! Entertainment Weekly magazine picked the brand-new Joe Gunther mystery, “The Company She Kept,” as one of their 10 Great Fall Thrillers. You can find the whole list in the October 9th issue. [More Info & Read Excerpt]
Archer Mayor’s THE COMPANY SHE KEPT opens with Joe Gunther and his Vermont Bureau of Investigation called in to investigate an especially brutal crime: A woman’s corpse has been found hanging high above the interstate with a homophobic slur carved into it. [More Info & Read Excerpt]
TUNE IN: Archer was a guest on Citywide Blackout, Boston’s entertainment program, on May 7. You can tune into the podcast here. New episodes of Citywide Blackout air every Thursday at 8 p.m. on WEMF Radio. [More Info & Read Excerpt]
So pleased to be part of this WCVB Chronicle story about Vermont writers, along with Tom Bodett and Rudyard Kipling. Click the video below or you can watch the whole story here.
This is the 25th Joe Gunther Mystery! “Proof Positive” takes Joe to Philadelphia, so don’t be surprised if you read about him ordering a few cheese steaks. Book 25 is now in stores.
“Three Can Keep A Secret” will be in stores October 1st! Archer’s 24th Joe Gunther mystery has Joe and his team working to solve a complex case involving two corpses, one escaped mental patient, and a long-held secret that binds them together – all set during Hurricane Irene’s devastating tear through Vermont in 2011. [More Info & Read Excerpt]
Now a New York Times bestselling series, “Even in beautiful Vermont, Archer Mayor finds shadows . . . and his detective, Joe Gunther, finds a way to beat them back.” —NPR
Joe Gunther and his team at the Vermont Bureau of Investigation are alerted to a string of unrelated burglaries across Vermont. [More Info & Read Excerpt]
So, with the happy advent of reclaiming the paperback rights to the “missing” AMPress titles of THE SNIPER’S WIFE, THE SURROGATE THIEF, THE SECOND MOUSE, and CHAT, Margot and I suddenly realized that the books would need new covers, and thus new cover “art” (I know, I know – too much information on the vagaries… [More Info & Read Excerpt]