On the pages of an obscure publishing blog, a strange and macabre article appears. Written by a woman named Nancy Brophy, it’s a seemingly comical take on murder – and how one might get away with offing one’s spouse. Seven years later, Nancy’s husband is found dead from a gunshot wound. Then the police come knocking.
A successful novelist, Nancy began her writing career with a University of Houston pamphlet about sexuality entitled Between Your Navel And Your Knees. Then, in 2003 she became a member of Romance Writers of America, fulfilling her dream of becoming a storyteller.
Over the years, Nancy carved out a niche for herself, publishing several successful suspense and romance novels. “My stories are about pretty men and strong women, about families that don’t always work and about the joy of finding love and the difficulty of making it stay,” she wrote on her website.