Veryl Ann Grace was born in Denver, Colorado, and spent most of her young life as an Air Force brat moving around the country. After graduating from Highland High School in Albuquerque, New Mexico, she attended Colorado State University and then graduated from Eastern Washington State College.
Grace worked for the State of Washington for 26 years, where she spent her spare time climbing mountains, skiing, scuba diving, and doing all kinds of activities with her dogs. All the while, she was an avid reader of mysteries. Grace gained my love of the genre from her mother, Martha Ellen Eskridge.
Once retired and moved to Hawaii Grace finally found the time to put all the characters that had been filling her head for so many years onto paper. Her two thrillers, Murder Spins a Tale and Murder Comes Unraveled, are the results. Veryl Ann Grace hopes you enjoy reading these murder mysteries and following the adventures of Martha, Denali, and Falcor through other stories as they appear.
First two books are available in the store also. Call for availablity.
Treachery, murder and kidnapping are the furthest things from Martha Williamson's mind as she prepares for a dyeing workshop at The Spider's Web, her shop specializing in weaving, spinning and all things fiber. When a body is found in Black Hills Park, it looks like a robbery gone wrong. Martha's quite willing to leave the crime solving to the police until it becomes personal, and she is left wondering, did the woman describe her own murder? Now with the help of Denali and Falcor, her two Great Pyrenees, can she track down a murderer who seems to have left no clues?