Gina Wetherby loves her retirement work, painting botanical art. She lives in a small, cozy house looking down on Puget Sound. Her life feels just right. Until she goes to nearby Ravenswood Nursery to paint. Where her life gets turned inside out. Fans of cozy mysteries must read this beguiling whodunit filled with mysterious plants, cats of a certain personality, and the complexities of the gardening world.
Linda Jordan writes fascinating characters, funny dialogue, and imaginative fiction. She creates both long and short fiction, serious and silly. She believes in the power of healing and transformation, and many of her stories follow those themes. In a previous lifetime, Linda coordinated the Clarion West Writers' Workshop as well as the Reading Series. She spent four years as Chair of the Board of Directors during Clarion West's formative period. She's also worked as a travel agent, a baker, and a pond plant/fish sales person, you know, the sort of things one does as a writer. Currently, she's the Programming Director for the Writers Cooperative of the Pacific Northwest. Linda now lives in the rainy wilds of Washington state with her husband, daughter, four cats, seventeen Koi and an infinite number of slugs and snails. Visit her at: www.LindaJordan.net