Maureen Walsh


Maureen “Mo” Walsh won the 1998 Mary Higgins Clark Mystery/Suspense Short-Story Contest with her first published mystery story, “Roadside Roulette.” Her stories have appeared in Mary Higgins Clark Mystery Magazine, Woman’s World and four New England crime anthologies: Windchill, Still Waters, Deadfall and Thin Ice. Her story, “Double Take,” received an Honorable Mention in the 2009 Al Blanchard Award contest. Mo is a member of Sisters in Crime and the Mystery Writers of America, a committee member of the New England Crime Bake, and a past coordinator and anthology editor of the South Shore Writers Club. A recovering copywriter, Mo writes for Gatehouse Media community newspapers. She lives in Weymouth, MA.

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