Ruth Francisco worked in the film industry for fifteen years before selling her first novel "Confessions of a Deathmaiden" to Warner Books in 2003, followed by "Good Morning, Darkness", which was selected by Publishers’ Weekly as one of the best mysteries of the year, and her controversial third novel, "The Secret Memoirs of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis". She has epublished four new novels, and has enthusiastically embraced digital publishing. She is a frequent contributor to "The Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine", and is the food columnist for Mad Housewife Wine. She currently lives in Florida.
on March 26, 2011 :
An interesting concept that is not particularly well executed. At best, the book is middling.
(reviewed long after purchase)