After Crime Bake, Barb gave little remembrances to the Wickeds, sticky note pads of a outline figure with a bloody pen sticking out of his chest. This seemed like the perfect gift for a group of mystery authors.
Since then, some of us have been having fun finding Dead Fred in various places around our homes and farther afield. Here are some photos of his exploits.
Liz: These are hilarious! I’m pleased to report that my Dead Fred is terrorizing my office. I wanted to take a picture of the “crime scene” but HR frowned on sharing that photo…..you’ll all have to use your imagination!
Barbara Ross is the author of the Maine Clambake Mysteries. Her books have been nominated for multiple Agatha Awards for Best Contemporary Novel and have won the Maine Literary Award for Crime Fiction. She lives in Portland, Maine. Readers can visit her website at www.maineclambakemysteries.com
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Ha, ha. Tim Gunn and Will Shakespeare. Imagine those conversations…
I thought the same thing, Barb! Best neighbors ever!
Their heads bobble, so they always agree with one another.
My key/house guards’ heads turn all which way, but they’re always smiling, unlike Will!
Of course they agree. On the push-pull between creating art and entertainment–and the difficulty of dealing with the wardrobe master.
So fun and creative. No wonder you ladies are such great mystery authors.
Thanks for sharing.
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Dead Fred is fantastic!
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