Award winning author, Mary Darling, eared her B.A. in her home town, Chicao, at the University of Illinois. After completing her Master's at Webster University,missour, she moved to live and work in Europe for five years.
She returned stateside to Southern Arizona where she taught at the Maqulladora's in Sonora,Mexico and various schools in Nogales, AZ. until she retired.
In between writing, she is busy restoring her 1907 Historical home. She enjoys her two dogs, visits from her four children and seven grandchildren. And, enjoys her garden.
This is a story for all ages. In 1915 a young girl sets a tea table for three elegant women of high stature and esteem. WWI intrudes, shatterring their idyllic life. The women find unknown strength and depth to their characters.
Body-Smith 401 And Twenty Other Stories
on Oct. 28, 2012
Body-Smith 401 was creepy, scary to read. Well written. Easy smooth character development. Would make a fine sit-on-the-edge of your chair "Twilight Zone' film. Use of technology in the story is cutting edge. The entire story is nicely done.