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Beverle Graves Myers

Beverle Graves Myers made a mid-life career switch from practicing psychiatry to full-time writing. She's happy to report that her personal mental health is the better for it. A love for Italy, opera, and traditionally written mysteries combine in her Tito Amato novels featuring an 18th-century singer/sleuth. The latest title is WHISPERS OF VIVALDI.

Bev also writes stories that often stray from mystery to creepy. These have appeared in Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Woman's World, Spinetingler, and Crime City Central (audio). She's earned nominations for the Macavity Award, Kentucky Literary Award, and Derringer Award. Bev, husband Lawrence, and Carlo, the world's laziest beagle-basset hound, have recently relocated to south Florida.
Tito Amato
   1. Interrupted Aria (2004)
   2. Painted Veil (2005)
   3. Cruel Music (2006)
   4. The Iron Tongue of Midnight (2008)
   5. Her Deadly Mischief (2009)
   6. Whispers of Vivaldi (2014)
Beverle Graves Myers recommends
The Kashmiri Shawl (2014)
Joanne Dobson
"A compelling historical set between 19th century New York and an India in rebellion. Woven into a woman's dark quest are shinning threads of material longing and forbidden love."
The Thirteenth Tale (2006)
Diane Setterfield
"This modern gothic took me back to one of my all-time favorites, Rebecca."

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