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Nancy Tesler started as an actor, progressed to writing screen and stage plays, and then, inspired by the overwhelming urge to do someone in, moved on to writing mysteries about the murderously wacky world of divorce.

Nancy Tesler was born and raised in Worcester, Mass., and moved with her family to New York City when she was eighteen. After graduating from Carnegie Mellon University with a major in drama, she toured France with a production of "Born Yesterday."

She acted in films, television and off-Broadway theater until the birth of her first child. She then began writing for the stage, television and the financial community. In the early 1990s she became certified as a biofeedback clinician and works with adults having pain or stress-related conditions and children with attention deficit disorders.

Pink Balloons and Other Deadly Things introduced Carrie Carlin, biofeedback clinician and almost-divorced mom, whose already stressful life becomes nightmarish when her soon-to-be-ex's intended turns up dead, with Carrie topping the suspect list. Carrie's fifth adventure, Slippery Slopes & Other Deadly Things, was published in April 2003 by Perseverance Press/John Daniel & Co.
   Ablaze (2014)

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