M.K. Graff is the author of screenplays, essays, short stories, poetry, and three novels. She wrote throughout a successful nursing career, including feature articles for New York's edition of Nursing Spectrum; her background includes working in television and motion pictures on scripts and on set for medical scenes. For seven years Graff conducted interviews and wrote feature articles for Mystery Review magazine before studying literature at Oxford University, which inspired the setting for The Blue Virgin. She has taught creative writing and memoir and heads the North Carolina Writers Read workshop for adults and young authors. A founding member of the Screw Iowa! Writers Group, Graff is co-author of the group's guide for writers, The End of the Book: Writing in a Changing World. Her creative nonfiction has most recently appeared in Southern Women's Review. A member of Sisters in Crime, Graff is represented by Curtis Brown, Ltd.
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The Blue Virgin: A Nora Tierney Mystery
by M.K. Graff
The mysterious death of Bryn Wallace draws American Nora Tierney to Oxford to clear her close friend Val Rogan, who has been wrongfully accused of Bryn's murder. Or has she? Nora quickly becomes embroiled in the murder investigation, much to the dismay of Detective Inspector Declan Barnes and the illustrator of Nora's children's book, Simon Ramsey.
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