Sarah E. Glenn
Sarah E. Glenn, a product of the suburbs, has a B.S. in Journalism, which is redundant if you think about it. She loves writing mystery and horror stories, often with a sidecar of funny. She spent several years as a classical languages student, which has nothing to do with the historical era she writes in, but makes her very good with crosswords.
She is the co-author of Murder on the Mullet Express, the first in a series of novels set during the 1920s Land Boom in Florida.
Sarah is also the editing arm of Mystery and Horror, LLC, a micropress she co-founded. She belongs to Sisters in Crime, SinC Guppies, the Short Mystery Fiction Society, and the Historical Novel Society.
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