A.K. Lakelett grew up as a lonely kid in the Frozen North and was a frequent visitor in every library in every place her family moved to. When she grew out of reading Anne of Green Gables, which she loved, she fell in love with mysteries. Agatha Christie was and is one of her absolute favorites. When AK gets old, she plans to become a new Miss Marple, sans knitting, but with an equally observant mind and keen eyes for connecting the dots. AK loves doing research. Her desk is covered with books about poisons, inquests, post mortems and forensic methodologies.
She writes about murders in a bucolic small town of Faukon Abbey in Devon, England. You can find out more about Faukon Abbey on her website www.aklakelett.com and in the Faukon Abbey Companion booklet.
She also writes an occasional novella/short story series called Occupational Hazard set in nowhere in particular.