Rosemary Shomaker writes about the layers beneath ordinary occurrences. You can find her haunting estate sales, peering into abandoned buildings, and reconnoitering vacant lots, all in the name of fiction research. Several of her short stories fit the mystery genre, and she’s a member of the Central Virginia chapter of Sisters in Crime. Check the Koehler Books Virginia is for Mysteries and the Mozark Press A Shaker of Margaritas anthologies for a sampling of her work. She’s an urban planner by degree, a government policy analyst by practice, and a fiction writer at heart.
A Bad Hair Day
That Mysterious Woman
Spirits of St. Louis: Missouri Ghost Stories
Virginia is for Mysteries
50 Shades of Cabernet: