Libby Fischer Hellmann
Libby Fischer Hellmann has been writing all her life. She turned to fiction eight years ago. Her amateur sleuth series, featuring Chicago single mom and video producer Ellie Foreman made its debut in 2002 with An Eye for Murder. It was followed with A Picture of Guilt and An Image of Death. An Eye for Murder was nominated for an Anthony Award for Best First in 2003. It also won the Readers' Choice Best First Award a the Love is Murder Mystery Conference the same year.
Libby has published numerous short stories in both American and British publications. Three new short stories will be released in the coming year: A Berlin Story, in the MWA "Show Business is Murder" anthology, "Common Scents" (Blondes in Trouble anthology) and "House Rules", in the IACW Las Vegas anthology edited by Michael Connelly.
When she's not writing fiction, Libby writes and produces videos. She also coaches individuals and groups in presentation skills, speech delivery, and media interviews. (Fischer Hellmann Communications.) A transplant from the East Coast (she was born and raised in Washington, D.C.), she's been living in the Chicago area twenty- five years with her family and a Beagle, shamelessly named Shiloh.
She is currently Vice-President of the Midwest Chapter of MWA and serves on the national board of directors of Sisters In Crime.
She is also a founding member of "Sex, Lies, and Videotape" and can often be found haunting bookstores, conferences, and events with Deborah Donnelly and Roberta Isleib.
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