I grew up in Denver but later lived in Dallas, raising a family and working as a Developmental Psychologist. I conducted research in child and family development for social service agencies and was Adjunct Associate Professor at UT-Dallas. Rigorous research demanded strict protocols and adherence to facts, but I just wanted to make up stories. So I set aside my research career to live in NW Montana and now have the freedom to incorporate a professional curiosity about family relationships into novels of Domestic Suspense.


My novels are available on Amazon -- Burden of Breath (2013)Serita's Shelf Life (2015)Fifteen Years of Lies (2017), and Traces (Dec. 2018). I am working on a fifth novel to be set in East Texas.