Following a thirty-year career working with illiterate women in poor countries for the World Bank, Jerri Dell moved to rural Pennsylvania, where she writes creative non-fiction and memoir. More . . .
When Gibbs discovered that her ancestors played a major role in the witch trials in Andover, she had to write the story. She created the diary of a real girl, her ancestor Maggie Bradstreet. More . . .
Howard has lived in several West African countries. As a management consultant, she came up-close-and-personal to the issues – some petty and some not – of the corporate world. More . . .
Despite her New York City roots and the fact that she loves her bucolic corner of the Hudson Valley, when it comes to writing about murder, her heart returns to the Catskills. More . . .
Whether she’s writing mystery and suspense, or award-winning ad campaigns commissioned by clients to die for, Cathi Stoler’s confident prose is both potent and spiced with humor. More . . .
Clare is a New England sports fan, an online gadabout, and friendly contrarian. Steeped in the world of mystery fiction, she founded and manages CriminalElement.com. More . . .