Elizabeth Daniels Squire's picture
Followed by 1 of our members

Elizabeth Daniels Squire

USA flag (1926 - 2001)

Elizabeth Daniels Squire, more commonly known as Liz, has been an aptitude tester, a reporter, a nationally syndicated columnist, and wrote mysteries about a sleuth who uses memory tricks to solve murders. One of her stories won an Agatha. Tragically, Liz died February 25, 2001, but her work will live on forever.
Non fiction
Elizabeth Daniels Squire recommends
Dive Deep and Deadly (2000)
(Luanne Fogarty Mystery, book 1)
Glynn Marsh Alam
"From the Florida swampland, where sudden violent death is a fact of nature, comes Luanne Fogarty with a knack for survival and solving murders. Lush with the feel of the wild Florida swamp, DIVE DEEP AND DEADLY seeths with danger both above ground and in treacherous underwater caves. This book is a steamy Southern mystery filled with swamp danger and diving know-how."

Visitors to this page also looked at these authors