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Sarah E. Glenn

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Born
in Asheville, NC, The United States
January 16

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Sarah E. Glenn has a B.S. in Journalism, which is a great degree for the dilettante she is. Later on, she did a stint as a graduate student in classical languages. She didn’t get the degree, but she’s great with crosswords. Her most interesting job was working the reports desk for the police department in Lexington, Kentucky, where she learned that criminals really are dumb.

Her great-great aunt served as a nurse in WWI, and was injured by poison gas during the fighting. A hundred years later, this would inspire Sarah to write stories Aunt Dess would probably not approve of. She is co-author of the Three Snowbirds mysteries with Gwen Mayo.

Sarah belongs to Sisters in Crime, the Short Mystery Fiction Society, and the Historical Novel Society.
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Sarah E. Glenn I'm working with Gwen Mayo on a new novel, set in Florida. We hope to have it ready for publication later this year. The central characters are the…moreI'm working with Gwen Mayo on a new novel, set in Florida. We hope to have it ready for publication later this year. The central characters are the retired nurses we introduced in the anthology Hoosier Hoops and Hijinks, edited by Brenda Stewart and Tony Perona. Fans of Gwen Mayo will be pleased to hear that the novel also features a character from her Nessa Donnelly series.(less)
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One of the most off-putting ideas about historical fiction is that one has to know a lot about history to enjoy historical fiction. Worse, that the story is going to be stuffed with as many things to remember as a Christmas card list, which would make for a turgid read! Fortunately, there are many things you won’t need to know to enjoy Murder on the Mullet Express.

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Beth Hi Sarah,
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