Terrie Farley Moran
A life-long New Yorker, Terrie Farley Moran dabbles in genealogy and is struggling to learn the Irish Tin Whistle, which is not nearly as much fun as hanging out with any or all of her seven grandchildren. Terrie specializes in writing Short Mystery Fiction and her stories have been accepted for publication by numerous anthologies and by Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine. Terrie's noir short, "When A Bright Star Fades," was named a Distinguished Mystery Story of 2008. Her paranormal mystery, "The Awareness," can be found in the anthology, Crimes By Moonlight, edited by Charlaine Harris.
Terrie blogs amid the grand banter of a group of talented New York mystery writers at www.womenofmystery.net and is pleased to say that she is the story editor of the recently released Murder New York Style: Fresh Slices, an anthology of twenty two mysteries all set in New York City and all reflecting the cutting edge attitude of New Yorkers be they tough or humorous. The stories include cozies, noirs, paranormal and straight who-dun-its.
Read Em and Eat | Scrapbook Mysteries
Books:Crepe Factor, October 2016
Scrapbooking Mystery #14
Read to Death, July 2016
Read Em and Eat
Mass Market Paperback
Caught Read-Handed, July 2015
Read Em and Eat #2
Well Read, Then Dead, August 2014
Read Em and Eat #1