Liz Adair’s writing career began about the time AARP started sending her invitations to join. Since then she’s published nine novels and two novellas. She’s won the Whitney Award and been finalist for both the Willa Award and the Glyph Award. After living in the Pacific Northwest for 40 years, she and Derrill, her husband of 52 years, moved back to Southern Utah. She’s now setting her books in that area. Books with a red-rock setting include Trouble at the Red Pueblo, a Spider Latham mystery, A Kane County Christmas, a Spider Latham Christmas novella, Interlude at Cottonwood Springs, and her latest, a romantic suspense set in Kanab’s Heritage House, The McCarran Collection.