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ANN SAXTON REH
Writing Mystery and Memory of Place
Ann Saxton Reh is an educator and award-winning author of mystery. Her novels See the Desert and Die, Meditating Murder, and
forthcoming A Killing in Kasauli, grow out of
her own adventures.
Aside from tornados in Kansas and a 9.2 earthquake in Alaska, Ann nearly drowned in a hurricane in Bermuda, lived in a squire’s manor
house in rural England, survived a riot in Libya, rode polo ponies in India, worked illegally in Saudi Arabia, and wrote her Master’s thesis in a marble villa in Greece.
Relationships among people of all cultures, servants to statesmen, fascinate her. Ann transports readers to the stormy bluffs of Mendocino, the burning desert of Arabia, or the forested hills of India to solve mysteries they'll never forget.
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