Kathy Hogan Trocheck
Kathy Hogan Trocheck has published 24 novels, 10 mysteries under her name along with 14 other bestselling novels.
A native of St. Petersburg, Florida, Trocheck earned a B.A. in journalism from the University of Georgia in 1976. She started her journalism profession in Savannah, GA, where she covered the real life murder trials which were the foundation of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil. Journalism was abandoned by her after a ten-year stint as a writer for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Her first book, Every Crooked Nanny, with a clever, snoopy housecleaner named Callahan Garrity, looked in 1992. It was accompanied by seven other Garrity novels including To Live and Die in Dixie (1993), Homemade Sin (1994), Happy Never After (1995), Heart Trouble (1996), Strange Brew (1997), Midnight Clear (1998), and Irish Eyes (2000). The two Truman Kicklighter novels were Lickety Split (1996) and Crash Course (1997).
The first publication to be published under the name Mary Kay Andrews was Savannah Blues (2002). It was followed closely by Little Bitty Lies (2003); Hissy Fit (2004); the New York Times bestseller, Savannah Breeze (2006); the New York Times bestseller, Blue Christmas (2007); Deep Dish (2008); the New York Times bestseller, The Fixer Upper (2009); the New York Times bestseller Summer Rental (2011); the New York Times bestseller Spring Fever (2012); the New York Times bestseller Ladies' Night (2013); Christmas Bliss (2013), the New York Times bestseller Save the Day (2014); the New York Times bestseller Beach Town (2015); and The Weekenders (2016).
Her puzzles have been nominated for the Agatha, Anthony, Edgar, and Macavity Awards.
As a lifelong “junker” the writer claims to know the location of each promising thrift shop, flea market, and also junkpile from the southeastern United States, and many Pieces of Ohi
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