Marni Graffis the award-winning author of The Nora Tierney English Mysteries, featuring an American writer living in England who has a nose for murder; with five in print, the fifth, The Evening's Amethyst, is the newest. Marni also writes The Trudy Genova Manhattan Mysteries, focusing on a nurse who is a medical consultant for a New York movie studio; it's based on Marni's real-life position and the series her mentor, PD James, advised her to write. She is currently writing the third, Death In The Orchard. Both series are a mix of amateur sleuth and police procedural.
Marni's short story, "Quiche Alain," is part of the Anthony-award winning anthology from Malice Domestic, Murder Most Edible. She is also co-author of Writing in a Changing World and Managing Editor for Bridle Path Press, a curated indie press. She is a member of Sisters in Crime National, Mavens of Mayhem SinC (NY), Triangle SinC (NC), the NC Writer's Network, and the International Association of Crime Writers. This year, she was judge for the IACW's Dashiell Hammett Award. Marni has published creative non-fiction and essays, and wrote for Mystery Review Magazine for seven years. Visit her online at AutieMWrites.com.
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