Marcia Talley is the Agatha and Anthony award-winning author of FOOTPRINTS TO MURDER and fourteen previous mystery novels featuring survivor and sleuth, Hannah Ives.
Marcia is author/editor of two star-studded collaborative novels, NAKED CAME THE PHOENIX and I’D KILL FOR THAT set in a fashionable health spa and an exclusive gated community, respectively. Her short stories appear in more than a dozen collections. A recent story, “Can You Hear Me Now?” is featured in TWO OF THE DEADLIEST: NEW TALES OF LUST, GREED AND MURDER FROM OUTSTANDING WOMEN OF MYSTERY, edited by New York Times best-selling author, Elizabeth George.
Marcia is past President of Sisters in Crime, serves on the board of the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Mystery Writers of America and is a member of the Crime Writers' Association, Novelists, Inc., and the Authors’ Guild of America. She divides her time between Annapolis, Maryland and a quaint Loyalist cottage on Elbow Cay in the Bahamas.
Hannah Ives struggled through the darkness of illness and uncertainty with fellow patient Valerie Stone at her side. As cancer survivors they have a lot to celebrate when they meet again, but their reunion is short-lived. Soon Valerie is dead and a suspicious Hannah discovers that there are those in the big business of living and dying who think it's time her questions were silenced.