Jennifer loves classical mysteries, musical theater, gardening, knitting, and, science. She grew up on the Olympic Peninsula of western Washington where she picked huckleberries, slept under the stars, and dug clams in Puget Sound. She majored in History at the University of Washington, and has relocated several times both inside and outside the United States.
She now lives in southern California with her husband. Her writing buddy is an Appenzeller Sennenhund named Cali the Comet, and she writes mysteries set in 1950s Seattle because it’s one of my favorite imaginary places. Jennifer loves strong female (and male) leads as well as clever mysteries that are challenging –but not impossible– to solve.
Jennifer is a member of Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime, and the Authors Guild. Her first book, The Hatbox Murders was released in March of 2017. You can connect with Jennifer on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Pinterest.