• How a "Collective Madness" in 18th Century France Led to Financial Ruin and a Scheme to Lock Up Women and Ship Them Into Exile

    Paris, 1719: After a financial panic sweeps the nation, a decision is made—convicts will be sent to work the swamps of Louisiana.

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    A Veterinarian’s Perspective on Writing Animals

    When I began to think about writing a mystery, I realized that I had two advantages as a veterinarian. The first was that...

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