Sunday, June 13, 2010
Radine Trees Nehring to Guest Blog on June 17th
For more than twenty years, Radine Trees Nehring's magazine features, essays, newspaper articles, and radio broadcasts have shared colorful stories about the people, places, events, and natural world near her Arkansas home. In 2002, her first Ozarks mystery novel, A VALLEY TO DIE FOR, was published, and in 2003 it became a Macavity Award nominee. Her four follow-up novels in the To Die For series (MUSIC TO DIE FOR, A TREASURE TO DIE FOR, A WEDDING TO DIE FOR, and A RIVER TO DIE FOR) have continued to earn awards and have established her place in the pantheon of cozy mystery authors. With her sixth novel, JOURNEY TO DIE FOR, Radine takes her characters to another Ozarks tourist attraction as they ride the historic Arkansas and Missouri Passenger Excursion Train into the middle of trouble and intrigue.
(Radine has been a member of Sleuths' Ink "almost from the club's beginning." She heard the club was forming at an Ozarks Creative Writers' Conference in Eureka Springs a number of years ago and joined soon after.)