I'm lucky in having found the perfect partner to spend my life with.
White-collar crime gets more outrageous by the second in America.
I spent 10 years as a marketing manager. I've found my experience in the financial world invaluable background for writing about white-collar crimes.
I love to sing. I'm a soprano.
I wish I could remember where I put things. I spend half my life looking for my keys. With the other half I look for my glasses.
The possibility of bringing white-collar criminals to justice is ever receding over the horizon.
I'm a daydreamer.
Sometimes I think I'm a one-trick pony because I'm not very inventive about new ways of telling stories.
I grew up in conservative rural Kansas in the 1950s when it was expected that girls would not have a life outside the home, so educating them was a waste of time.
I thought it was time for a tough, smart, likable female private investigator, and that's how VI came to life.
Sometimes I panic and think I can't really write.
I'm a grandmother, and a mighty proud one.
I went to college at the University of Kansas, where I got a degree in political science.
I had wanted to write Ghost Country for a long time, but it wouldn't work.
I live and die with the Chicago Cubs.
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