Gale Deitch enjoys writing all types of fiction—novels, short stories, flash fiction and poetry. Literary magazine The Writing Disorder featured her short story, Pressing Matters, in their Winter 2014 edition. Gale's flash fiction piece, Prima, has been featured in the March, 2013 issue of literary magazine, the Rusty Nail, and her poetry in the 2011 Maryland Writers Association poetry anthology, life in me like grass on fire, love poems.
Although most culinary mysteries take place in small town U.S.A. locales, having been born and raised and still residing in the Washington, D.C. area, Gale’s Trudie Fine mystery series, and much of her other writing, is based in her hometown, Washington, D.C.
Gale works for a large non-profit nursing home and senior living system. She has two grown children and one grandchild and lives with her husband in Rockville, Maryland.
Where to find Gale Deitch online
by Gale Deitch
When Trudie Fine’s good friend May is discovered sitting by the body of her dead brother, holding a bloody knife, the case seems as cut and dried as sliced okra. Trudie believes in her friend and sets out to prove May’s innocence. But if May isn’t the killer, who is? Trudie's sleuthing plunges her into a jambalaya of dangerous waters. Recipes included!
A Fine Fix
by Gale Deitch
More than anything, Trudie Fine wants to make her catering company a success, but the business is in jeopardy when a murder is committed at her first big gig and her partner is the prime suspect.
Gale Deitch's tag cloud