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Marks Musings - Ep 19: Edith Maxwell Mark interviews author Edith Maxwell who has written over 20 novels in the Murder Mystery Genre available on and has been nominated for the Agatha Award. You can find out more about her at the website and she is available on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Episode 8 - With Mystery Author Edith Maxwell Host Doug Sparks talks with Merrimack Valley-based mystery author Edith Maxwell about her unique brand of storytelling that often includes murders with recipes!
Episode 18: Edith Maxwell, also writing as Maddie Day Agatha award winning Edith Maxwell, who also writes as Maddie Day, chats with me about writing under two names, writing three books a year, and her two latest releases: Taken Too Soon and Candy Slain Murder.
Agatha Nominees Edith Maxwell, Margalit Fox & Keenan Powell Round two of our special Agatha Nominee interviews. Edith Maxwell nominated for Best Historical Novel for Turning the Tide (Midnight Ink), Margalit Fox nominated for Best Non-Fiction for Conan Doyle for the Defense (Random House) and Keenan Powell nominated for Best First Novel for Deadly Solution (Level Best Books)
Edith Maxwell A Virginia school teacher named Edith Maxwell found herself in a media frenzy when journalists nicknamed her "The Slipper Slayer" and "Hillbilly Pine Girl." Maxwell was accused and eventually found guilty of murdering her alcoholic father, Trigg in 1935 Pound, VA. Her case would make headlines, sparking a movie based on her story, and ultimately support from a First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt. Intro Music by Joe Buck Yourself. Email: mountainmurderspodcast@gmail.comHosts: Heather & Dylan Special Offer!! Cafe Du Chateau is offering Mountain Murders listeners 20% off. Use the code:mountainmurderspodcast on the website: love the cold brew press!
The Trials of Edith Maxwell On this episode of Stories, we have a true mountain crime story, as Rod tells of a young Pound, Virginia, schoolteacher who was twice convicted of killing her father in 1935. Subscribe by clicking the appropriate button below, either iTunes or Android. You can also subscribe to the podcast at Thanks for listening, and […]
Edith Maxwell Edith Maxwell writes the Quaker Midwife Mysteries and award-winning short crime fiction. As Maddie Day she writes the Country Store Mysteries and the Cozy Capers Book Group Mysteries. Maxwell, with twenty novels in print and four more completed, has been nominated for an Agatha Award six times. She lives north of Boston with her beau and an elderly cat, and gardens and cooks when she isn’t killing people on the page or wasting time on Facebook. Please find her at, on Instagram, at the Wicked Authors blog, and at Killer Characters.&nbsp;
Meet Edith when the Wickeds go on tour, October 4-6:&nbsp;

Other appearances:
Jabberwocky Books, Newburyport, MA Oct 6, 7 pm
Country Bookseller, Wolfeboro, NH Oct 7, 4-6 pm
White Birch Books, Conway, NH Oct 8 2 pm
Boston Book Festival, Boston, MA Oct 19 11 am
New England Crime Bake, Woburn, MA Nov 8-10

Judge Thee Not: No stranger to judgmental attitudes in her small town, 1880s Quaker midwife, Rose Carroll, is nonetheless stunned when society matron Mayme Settle publicly snubs Rose’s good friend, Bertie, for her nontraditional ways. When Mrs. Settle is later found murdered—and a supposed witness insists Bertie was spotted near the scene of the crime—the police blame her. Rose is certain her friend is innocent, and she enlists the help of a blind pregnant client—who’s endured her own share of prejudice—to help her sift through the clues. As the two uncover a slew of suspects tied to financial intrigues, illicit love, and an age-old grudge over perceived wrongs, circumstantial evidence looms large in small minds, and Rose fears her friend will soon become the victim of a grave injustice—or worse.&nbsp;
EPISODE 125: “One Too Many” by Edith Maxwell A story on a very unusual theme is featured in our podcast series this month. Linguist, novelist, and short-story writer Edith Maxwell tells the tale of a hyperpolyglot—someone with an extraordinary ability to quickly learn many different languages—who turns her talent to criminal purposes. The author, a current Agatha Award nominee, is also the reader for this podcast of “One Too Many,” from the current issue (March/April 2020) of EQMM.
Recorded at Malice Domestic 2019
Encore - The Trials of Edith Maxwell With it being Thanksgiving weekend, Rod and Steve have decided to take this week off, so today we are presenting an encore presentation of one of our first podcast episodes. In 1935 a young woman from Pound, Virginia, was accused of murdering her father and put on trial in Wise.  The trial brought on an onslaught of national news attention.  And when the media descended on Wise, Virginia, they brought their Appalachian stereotypes with them. You can subscribe to the Stories podcast at Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify, Audacy, Audible or on your favorite podcast app. Thanks for listening!