Nancy Herriman retired from an engineering career to take up the pen. She hasn’t looked back. Her work has won the Daphne du Maurier award, and Publishers Weekly says her ‘A Mystery of Old San Francisco’ series “…brings 1867 San Francisco to vivid life.” The first in her Elizabethan-era mysteries, Searcher of the Dead, was released earlier this year and listed as an ‘Editors’ Choice’ by the Historical Novel Society. When not writing, she enjoys singing, gabbing about writing, and eating dark chocolate. She currently lives in central Ohio.