About the Author
It was Harriet Rzetelny, former folksinger and author of GRAVEYARD BLUES, who predicted that Bob Dylan was derivative and wouldn't make it after appearing with him at Town Hall back in the sixties. To her credit, Harriet made no such prediction about then folksinger, and Oscar-winning actor, Alan Arkin with whom she studied guitar.
While raising two sons as a single mom, Harriet became a psychotherapist and a respected gerontologist who has taught at both Hunter College and New York University and more recently at Cape Cod Community College. For the past ten years, her short stories featuring social worker Molly Lewin have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine. One of her stories, Amazing Grace, was nominated for a Derringer Award. Her non-mystery fiction has appeared in The Bellevue Literary Review, a journal of humanity and human experience, and she has recently been anthologized in The Best of the Bellevue Literary Review. Originally from New York, Harriet now lives in Dennis, Massachusetts with her husband.
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