Andrea Ibáñez

Untangling the vagaries of human behavior and weaving them into mysteries is her passion.

Andrea Ibáñez

Untangling the vagaries of human behavior and weaving them into mysteries is her passion.

Andrea Ibáñez makes her home in Tucson, Arizona. She was trained as an anthropologist at Syracuse University and Duke University specializing in primate behavior and then worked as a public administrator with the City of Tucson. She has published scores of articles about travel, culture, history, and the Southwest for the Tucson Weekly, Valley Guide Quarterly, Tucson Guide Quarterly and The New York Times. She was the author of the chapters on Tucson and Southern Arizona in Fodor’s Arizona and Fodor’s USA guide. She enjoys walking in the desert, hiking and anything outdoors.

Cara Alexander

I write fast-paced thrillers with a touch of romance which I hope you enjoy as much as I love writing

Iain Rob Wright

One of Horror’s most respected authors, Iain Rob Wright is the writer of more than twenty books, many of them

Kiersten Modglin

Kiersten Modglin is an award-winning author of bestselling psychological suspense novels. Kiersten lives in the rural Midwest with her husband,

Lena Gregory

Lena Gregory is the author of the Bay Island Psychic Mysteries, which take place on a small island between the north