Edith Maxwell
Pseudonyms: Tace Baker and Maddie Day

Edith Maxwell is a former farmer of a certified organic farm, holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics, and is a member of Sisters in Crime and Mystery Writers of America. She is the creator of:
1. 'Country Store Mystery' series featuring Robbie Jordan, owner of Pans ‘n Pancakes (under the pseudonym 'Maddie Day').
2. 'Lauren Rousseau', a linguistics professor (under the pseudonym 'Tace Baker').
3. 'Local Foods Mystery' series featuring Cameron Flaherty, an organic farmer in Westbury, Massachusetts.
4. 'Quaker Midwife Mystery' series featuring Rose Carroll, a quaker midwife in late 19th century Massachusetts.
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Titles and year of publication:  

 'Country Store Mystery' Novels (as 'Maddie Day')
 1) Flipped for Murder  2015
 2) Grilled For Murder  2016
 3) When the Grits Hit the Fan  2017
 4) Biscuits and Slashed Browns  2018
 5) Death Over Easy  2018
 6) Strangled Eggs and Ham  2019
 7) Nacho Average Murder  Due June 2020
 8) Candy Slain Murder  Due September 2020
 'Lauren Rousseau' Novels (as 'Tace Baker')
 1) Speaking of Murder  2012
 2) Bluffing Is Murder  2014
 'Local Foods Mystery' Novels
 1) A Tine to Live, A Tine to Die  2013
 2) 'Til Dirt Do Us Part  2014
 3) Farmed and Dangerous  2015
 4) Murder Most Fowl  2016
 5) Much Ado about Murder  2017
 'Quaker Midwife Mystery' Novels
 1) Delivering the Truth  2016
 2) Called to Justice  2017
 3) Turning the Tide  2018
 4) Charity's Burden  2019
 5) Judge Thee Not  2019
 Other Novels
 1) Yatsuhashi for Lance (e-story)  2013
 2) Reduction in Force (e-story)  2013
 3) A Fire in Carriagetown (e-story)  2014
 4) Just Desserts for Johnny (e-story)  2014
 5) An Idea for Murder (e-story)  2014
 6) The Importance of Blood (e-story)  2014
 7) Murder on Cape Cod (as Maddie Day)  2019