Cozy Clambake Mysteries bring coastal Maine to life, October 31, 2022

Crime on the Half Shell

Penn Gazette, April 22, 2022

Books in Boothbay one for the books

Boothbay Register, September 14, 2021

The Joy of Genre

Sisters in Crime, pre-Bouchercon panel, July 22, 2021

Beneficence,’ ‘Sigh, Gone’ among Maine Literary Awards finalists

Portland Press Herald, May 6, 2021

Kids know the long and short of it

KPC Media, February 22, 2021

Much More Than a Group Blog

Women Writers, Women’s Books, February 9, 2021

Read It and Reap: New England mystery writers offer clues for holiday gifts

Worcester Telegram and Gazette, November 29. 2020

A Different Menu for a Different Thanksgiving

Portland Press Herald, November 22, 2020

Kensington’s Cozy Mystery Roadtrip

Murder by the Book, November 21, 2020

Friday Morning Coffee: Barbara Ross, Author of the Maine Clambake and Jane Darrowfield Mysteries

Writers Bone, June 5, 2020

100 Books Every Lover of Maine Should Read: The Maine Canon

Down East Magazine, June 2020

Irresistible Maine Mysteries

Down East Magazine, June 2020

Down East Magazine June 2020

Read It and Reap: The writer’s life in the time of the pandemic

Worcester Magazine, May 31, 2020

Crime Books Set in Tourist Towns

CrimeReads, May 11, 2020

7 Authors Who Write Tantalizing Mysteries

Ezvid Wiki Editorial, January 28, 2020

What’s the Allure of the Cozy Cat Mystery Series?

Jezebel, December 18, 2019

Why these cooks are rooting for rutabaga

Portland Press Herald, November 3, 2019

The Nice Squad: Small-town Maine makes the perfect setting for cozy murder mysteries

Portland Press Herald, October 6, 2019

The Magic of Maine Thrillers by Tess Gerritsen

CrimeReads, September 24, 2019

Maine writers – and a librarian – bring home book awards

Portland Press Herald, June 17, 2019

A New England of the Mind: An Interview with Barbara Ross

All Things Cozy Podcast, April 2019

Best of 2018: Anthology

Suspense Magazine, Holiday Issue 2018

The Cozy Covenant

Criminal Element, December 26, 2018

5 Cozy Series Set In Coastal New England

CrimeReads, December 19, 2018

Match Book: Women and Maine

New York Times Book Review, December 9, 2018

Read It and Reap: Seeking the truth behind the fiction

Worcester Telegram, February 25, 2018

Trend Report: The State of the Cozy

The Big Thrill, December 2017

Barbara Ross: Death in Maine

Mystery Scene Magazine, Holiday Issue 2017

Episode 39: The Maine Crime Writers at Crime Bake

CrimeandStuff Podcast, November 22, 2017

Tracking Your Banged Buck

WOW! Women on Writing, September 2017

Four Lies People Will Tell You about Marketing Your Novel

Dead Darlings, August 2017

The Secret Promo Power of Obscure Media Outlets

Writer Unboxed, June 12, 2017

The Mystery of Maine Mystery Writers

Down East Magazine, June 2017

Ardent for Life

Mystery Writer Barbara Ross

Ardent for Life Magazine, Spring 2017

Cozying up to a good murder

Worcester Telegram, March 11, 2017

Murder Mysteries Celebrate the Holidays and Maine’s Winter

Coastal Journal, December 1, 2016

Food: Summer reading that’s deliciously thrilling

Providence Journal, August 4, 2016

These authors share a passion for murder

Boston Globe, April 25, 2016, Sidebar, Boston Globe, April 25, 2016

‘Cozy’ mystery writers share their inspirations during recent talk

Hartford Courant, June 24, 2015

State of Romance: Love around the home base of L.L. Bean

USA Today, June 10, 2015

Back Mountain Memorial Library Friends hold annual luncheon with author

Dallas Post, April 29, 2015

Read It and Reap: Authors Offer Clues to Mysteries

Worcester Telegram, December 28, 2014

Woman’s World Book Club–Curl Up with a Cozy Food Mystery!

Woman’s World, September 22, 2014

Dying for Lobster: Take a Crack at These Mystery Books

Tourist News, August 14, 2014

Valuing her Readers’ Time: Mystery Writer Barbara Ross

Boothbay Register, June 25, 2014

The 6 Paperbacks We’re Reading Now

First Magazine for Women, June 23, 2014

Writer Nominated for Agatha Awards

The Boston Globe, February 8, 2014

Familiar Scenes Offered in First Maine Clambake Mystery, ‘Clammed Up’

Boothbay Register, September 3, 2013

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