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Edith Maxwell

Edith Maxwell

Pseudonym for Tace Baker.
Pseudonym: Maddie Day.

Amesbury author Edith Maxwell's Local Foods Mystery series (Kensington) lets her relive her days as an organic farmer in Massachusetts, although murder in the greenhouse is new. A Tine to Live, a Tine to Die came out to critical acclaim in 2013. ‘Til Dirt Do Us Part (May 2014) chronicles the murder of a CSA member after geek-turned-organic-farmer Cam Flaherty’s Farm-to-Table dinner.

A fourth-generation Californian, Maxwell has published award-winning short stories of murderous revenge. She also authored Speaking of Murder (under the pseudonym Tace Baker), which features Quaker linguistics professor Lauren Rousseau (Barking Rain Press, 2012).

Edith holds a long-unused doctorate in linguistics, is a long-time Quaker, and and is currently writing a historical mystery set in 1888 featuring Quaker midwife Rose Carroll, as well as John Greenleaf Whittier.

A mother, world traveler, and former technical writer, Edith lives north of Boston in an antique house with her beau and three cats. She blogs every weekday with the rest of the Wicked Cozy Authors.

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Series

Local Foods | Quaker Midwife

Books:

Charity's Burden, April 2019
A Quaker Midwife Mystery #4
e-Book
Mulch Ado about Murder, July 2018
Local Foods Mystery #5
Mass Market Paperback
Mulch Ado about Murder, June 2017
Local Foods #5
Hardcover
Murder Most Fowl, May 2017
Mass Market Paperback
Murder Most Fowl, June 2016
Local Foods
Hardcover
Farmed and Dangerous, June 2015
Local Foods #3
Hardcover
'Til Dirt Do Us Part, June 2014
Local Foods Mystery
Hardcover
A Tine to Live, A Tine to Die, June 2013
Local Foods Mystery
Hardcover

 

 

 

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