Terry Wright's Author
Groundwater writes two mystery series, the Claire Hanover gift basket
designer series and the Rocky Mountain Outdoor Adventures series
starring whitewater river ranger Mandy Tanner. Her
first forays into fiction writing were in fifth and sixth grade. During
her high school senior year, she took an independent study in English,
wrote fiction and poetry, and learned a lot, including how to handle
criticism. She attended the College of William and Mary and received
degrees in Psychology and Computer Science. On her road to publication,
she honed her craft, received 100s of rejections, and joined several
organizations including Mystery Writers of America, Sisters in Crime,
Pikes Peak Writers, and the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. She lives in Colorado and
enjoys many outdoor activities, including skiing and whitewater rafting.
Beth invites you to visit her Web site at www.bethgroundwater.com
police accuse the husband of a Colorado Springs gift basket designer of
killing her massage therapist, she becomes a bumbling amateur sleuth.
Will she free her husband and save her marriage before the killer gets
her next? To be released in trade
paperback and e-book on November 8, 2011.
In this sequel to A
Real Basket Case, Colorado Springs gift
basket designer Claire Hanover takes a spring ski vacation in
Breckenridge, Colorado, with her family. The vacation quickly goes to
hell in a handbasket when the sister of her daughter’s boyfriend’ is
killed on the ski slope.
What would you do if
confronted with a kill or be-killed scenario? What if you had to kill an
infant? Of an alien species? And what if the future of the human race
depended on your decision?
The Arkansas River is the
heart and soul of Salida, Colorado. It fuels the small town's economy and
thrums in the blood of twenty-seven-year-old Mandy Tanner, a river ranger.
When a whitewater rafting accident occurs, she deftly executes a rescue, but
a man dies anyway. But it wasn't the river rapids that killed him, it was
one of the "Year's Best Books" by Colorado Country Life magazine
Fly fishing is dangerous?
River ranger Mandy Tanner had no idea until days before a huge tournament in
Salida, Colorado. True, the Arkansas River can be a man-eater, but the
rapids weren’t responsible for driving a hatchet into the neck of would-be
competitor Howie Abbott