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JoAnna Carl



A pseudonym used by Eve K Sandstrom

JoAnna Carl and Eve K. Sandstrom both write mystery novels which rely on regional settings for atmosphere, background and clues.

JoAnna writes about the shores of Lake Michigan and has been reviewed in Michigan newspapers as a regional writer.

Eve writes about Southwest Oklahoma and once won an award for the best book of the year with an Oklahoma setting. 

Its no particular secret that Eve and JoAnna occupy the same body.

Eves editor requested that she use a pen name for the new series, and Eve picked the middle names of her three children, Betsy Jo, Ruth Anna, and John Carl. JoAnna Carl was born.

So thats how JoAnna/Eve became a regional author in two widely separated regions.

JoAnna/Eve earned a degree in journalism at the University of Oklahoma and also studied with Carolyn G. Hart and Jack Bickham in the OU Creative Writing Program. She spent more than twenty-five years in the newspaper business, working as a reporter, editor, and columnist at JoAnna/Eve earned a degree in journalism at the University of Oklahoma and also studied with Carolyn G. Hart and Jack Bickham in the OU Creative Writing Program. She spent more than twenty-five years in the newspaper business, working as a reporter, editor, and columnist at The Lawton Constitution in Lawton, Oklahoma. She took an early retirement to write fiction full-time.

She and her husband, David F. Sandstrom, have three grandchildren, whom they love introducing to the lore of their two homes Oklahoma and Michigan.

Genres: Cozy Mystery
 
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JoAnna Carl recommends
When Will the Dead Lady Sing?
When Will the Dead Lady Sing? (2004)
(Thoroughly Southern Mystery, book 6)
Patricia Sprinkle
"A delightful book."

Nightshade on Elm Street (2012)
(Flower Shop Mystery, book 13)
Kate Collins
"A lively heroine who knows her flowers."

First-degree Fudge (2013)
(Fudge Shop Mystery, book 1)
Christine DeSmet
"A likeable heroine and a fun setting."

Flourless to Stop Him (2015)
(Baker's Treat Mystery, book 3)
Nancy J Parra
"A lively, sassy heroine."


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