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Pat Remick

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Pat Remick is an award-winning mystery writer and veteran journalist who also co-authored two non-fiction books and worked for an international wire service, the CNN television news network, newspapers in Texas and New Hampshire, AARP Bulletin, Discovery.com, and a number of other web sites and print newsletters focusing on everything from food safety to residential real estate practices.

Pat was the 2007 Winner of the Al Blanchard Award for best short crime story in New England for her story "Mercy 101," published in the anthology "Still Waters: Crime Stories by New England Writers" by Level Best Books. Her story "Circulation" was selected for the 2008 anthology "Deadfall: Crime Stories by New England Writers" and "The Lesson" is in "Best New England Crime Stories 2012: Dead Calm"published by Level Best Books and now available at the Amazon and Barnes and Noble web sites

 

She also co-wrote two professional books with Frank Cook:"21 Things Every Future Engineer Should Know" and "21 Things Every Home Inspector Should Know." 

 

I am a member of Sisters in Crime, Sisters in Crime New England, Mystery Writers of America, and Mystery Writers of America-New England.

Company history
Pat Remick is associated with Common Communications Inc., a news-writing and publishing company that produces non-fiction blogs, news reports, speeches, op-eds and other materials, as well as professional newsletters.

Publishing history
Pat Remick's non-fiction articles have been published in newspapers, newsletters and magazies worldwide, as well as on the Web, and in Real Estate Intelligence Report . She also writes the municipal e-mail newsletter for the City of Portsmouth, NH.