About the Author
ABOUT THE AUTHOR Leona Lipari Lee, MA, RN is a native of South Louisiana and resides on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. She holds a BA degree in psychology and an MA degree in English from LSUNO. Ms. Lee is the author of the nonfiction book, How to Survive Menopause without Going Crazy and a contributor to several nonfiction books including, Chicken Soup for the Sisters Soul and Women’s Health: A Resource Guide for Nurses. She is the author of four humorous mystery/romantic novels featuring the “Sisters” from Louisiana: Taxing Tallula, The Sisters: Lost in Brooklyn, The Sisters: Found in San Antonio and The Sisters: Murder by the Bayou. Her last book, Jude’s Bench, is an autobiographical novel that deals with a woman trying to make it on her own after the sudden loss of her spouse. You can contact Ms. Lee by visiting her at http://lllee.homestead.com or email her at Lee3731@bellsouth.net.