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About Wendy Wickham Fallon
Wendy Fallon is a professional writer and artist living in Fort Myers Beach, FL, having recently moved from Phoenix, AZ in December 2017. After 5 years of honing her imagination and 22 years in the desert, she published her first 4 murder mysteries in 2018, in her new series: Cali May Mysteries.
After studying Fine Art at the University of CT, and Architecture at Catholic University in Washington, DC, Fallon founded Turtle Creek Designs, which became Fallon Designs in 2007, providing graphic and fine art for web, print, and collectors.
Along the way, Fallon worked for Avnet, Inc. as a graphic designer, and a technical and corporate writer. She currently works for a global software company as an Information Developer.
In 2007, Fallon co-founded and co-managed Art on Boston Gallery with a fellow artist and business partner. The Gallery, located in historic downtown Chandler, AZ, from 2007 to 2010, provided exhibit space, artists' studios and classrooms. Fallon's personal mediums of choice are pencil drawing and water-based painting and through the Gallery she sold artwork to several visiting collectors throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe.
Fallon's short story, ‘Elixir of Death’ is included in the 2017 Desert Sleuths short story Anthology: SoWest: Killer Nights. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, Dessert Sleuths Chapter in Phoenix and the national chapter of Sisters in Crime.
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Authors of the anthology: Shannon Baker, Mary Ball, Rebecca Boschee, Susan Budavari, Bill Butler, Meg E. Dobson, Wendy Fallon, Suzanne Flaig, Connie Flynn, Deborah J Ledford, Sharon Lynn, Merle McCann, Kathy McIntosh, Dana McNeely, Timothy W. Moore, LaDonna Ockinga, R K Olson, Judy Starbuck, Kari Wainwright, JoAnne Zeterberg. Lead Editor: Connie Flynn. Co-Editors: Susan Budavari, Ann Ciemnoczolowski, Meg E. Dobson, Merle McCann, R K Olson.
In this first book in the Lisi Pendelton Mysteries, she is thrilled to secure a position with one of the premier firms in New York City, but quits in tears after being assaulted by her boss.
A long-estranged aunt makes a serendipitous offer of room and board in the village of Aerdon in the Hudson River Valley in return for restoring the decaying family mansion.
When a body is discovered on the Aerdon Manor estate, she realizes she must fight to save not only her aunt’s home, but her own new-found family.
Realizing she can communicate with the old house she fears her new-found paranormal gift is just her imagination.
Black Diamond Graves is a part of the Tawnee Mountain Mysteries series, a collection of seven brand new mysteries, from seven award-winning and bestselling authors, taking place at the same final destination, the Tawnee Mountain Resort.
Black Diamond Graves features characters from the Cali May Mystery series.
Each book in this multi-author series is a standalone novella, and the series can beread in any order.
The Tawnee Mountain Mysteries series includes:
Leona's Last Resort by Karen M. Bryson
Dark Side of the Mountain by R.J. Rosatte
Deadly Reception by Karen Randau
Black Diamond Graves by Wendy Fallon
Deadly Misfire by Laurie Fagen
Cassidy's Deadly Exit by Marla J. Hayes
The Quinnipiac Disappearance by Lee Tidball
Arizona artist, Cali, and Native American Arizona State Park Ranger, Daniel Silvertree, investigate and uncover a decades-old mystery disappearance of a mother and daughter, and a tale of Spanish treasure, sibling jealously, and water theft in the Sonoran Desert. Cali’s paranormal ability leads her into forensic art, and she begins providing her paranormal artistic talent to the local Phoenix Police Department.
Lola invites her to visit and stay in the Penrose Retreat House.
Cali arrives the morning after the murder of Lola's Aunt Gracie, not only stumbling over the dead body but also into a group of brooding spirits who are there to help Gracie into the afterlife.
Did the murder have anything to do with the large, sealed clay pot, dating from the 1500s, Gracie found buried in her crawl space?
Cali is startled to see and hear the ghost of a sobbing woman in the lobby of the guesthouse before she’s even shown to their room. Beneath the delightful Sears kit Magnolia floor plan of the 1920s, Cali begins to sense the unnerving presence of hidden secrets. Learning of the disappearance of a child, and the suspicious death of the patriarch who built the house in 1928, Cali realizes that ghosts not only inhabit the structure, but a lifetime of guilt on the part of the current inhabitants is beginning to emerge.
Drawing on her paranormal talent and with Daniel’s help, Cali unravels the history behind the murder.