Janice Law is a novelist who also writes short stories and non-fiction. Her first novel, The Big Payoff, was nominated for an Edgar, and her short stories have appeared in The Best American Mystery Stories, The World’s Finest Mystery and Crime Stories, Alfred Hitchcock’s Fifty Years of Crime and Suspense, Riptide, Still Waters, and the New Fabulist anthology, Paraspheres, as well as in her recent collection, Blood in the Water.
Her most recent novels are The Lost Diaries of Iris Weed, Voices, and The Fires of London. She lives with her husband, a sportswriter, in Connecticut.
Her website is www.janicelaw.com which has links to information about both her writing and her painting. She blogs at jolt462.tumblr.com