More About the Author
Margaret Moseley was born in Oklahoma, reared in Texas and lived twenty years in Arkansas. Her resulting combined regional accent gives the reader of her best selling book and Edgar finalist BONITA FAYE a unique flavor to her protagonist Bonita Faye's trials and tribulations. While the reader knows from the "get-go" that Bonita Faye killed Billy Roy up there on Cavanal Hill, it's a toss up as to how she will spend the next 40 years. Told in the first person, readers will laugh and gasp as Bonita Faye deliberately weaves and molds her future with the book's climax having her face another murderous decision! Moseley writes very different mysteries, but whether her books involve a witness to a murder--MILICENT LESUEUR--or follow the sleuthing of Texas bookseller Honey Huckleberry--THE FOURTH STEVEN, GRINNING IN HIS MASHED POTATOES, A LITTLE TRAVELING MUSIC, PLEASE--her writing is creative, whimsical and entertaining. Moseley currently lives in Texas with her writer/computer programmer husband Ron Burris and their two indescribable rescued Beagles, Matilda and Sadie.