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Another mystery that feels right at home

Linda Barnes sets her crime stories in Boston. Linda Barnes sets her crime stories in Boston. (Lynn wayne)
By Michael Kenney
September 16, 2008

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In the massive bibliography of fiction set in Boston that Suffolk University professor Gerald Richman is compiling, there are only about 200 labeled as mysteries and thrillers. (Full article: 631 words)

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