For more than 20 years, Radine Trees Nehring's magazine features, essays, newspaper articles, and radio broadcasts have shared colorful stories about people, places, events, and the natural world near her Arkansas home.
In 2002, Radine's first mystery novel, A VALLEY TO DIE FOR, was published, and in 2003 became a Macavity Award nominee. Since then she has continued to enthrall her original fans and attract new ones with her signature blend of down-home Ozarks sightseeing and amateur sleuthing by lovable active retirees Henry King and Carrie McCrite King.
This blog post is taken from an essay in my non-fiction book DEAR EARTH: A Love Letter from Spring Hollow. It tells a bit about why John and I live in the Ozarks, and has nothing at all to do with my mystery writing--other than the enormous fact all my "To Die For" mysteries are set in the Ozarks that I love. (The book is available a multitude of places, including for Kindle.)
A Place Called Spring Hollow
by Radine Trees Nehring
Radine Trees Nehring
JOURNEY TO DIE FOR--print, Kindle, Nook, ebook
Silver Falchion winner, 2010