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II grew up the youngest of five girls in upstate New York, then lived in Maryland and Vermont before settling in Nashville, Tennessee. There my husband and I spent 24 years raising half our family of six children before moving to North Carolina in 2007. With all our children now adults, I've moved from being a full-time mom to being an on-call consulting guru. I’m also a part-time Parish Administrator and all-the-time writer.
For 16 of the years we lived in Nashville, I coached writing in my children’s schools. I'm glad to say that I am now continuing to encourage children to write by working with Cranberry Quill Publisher's program, WritEarly.
I’ve written children’s plays, cookbook and software reviews, feature articles, short fiction, and even a psalm. Currently I’m focusing on novels.
on May 30, 2014 :
Where the Bodies Lie is more than a mystery of finding who killed the people buried on Mackenzie Wilder’s family farm. It’s also a story about family and discovery. In a way, the title has a double meaning, for we all have skeletons in the closet. RJ has an interesting and different way of writing a mystery. I found the characters to be far more rounded and three-dimensional than your average detective or PI novel. And did I mention the old boats. As an owner of at least a dozen boats during my time, I love what RJ added to the story with her classic Chris Craft.
I highly recommend this book to readers of Cozy Mysteries and those who like a well plotted and written story. I can’t wait to read what else RJ has written.
(reviewed long after purchase)