Who is this award-winning, omnivorous and adventure-loving writer? Kathy McIntosh is a reformed hi-tech marketer and former columnist on words and writing for The Idaho Statesman’s Business Insider. She grew up in the San Fernando Valley of Southern California and spent 30 years in Idaho, so she’s familiar with both urban and rural kookiness. She and her husband moved to Tucson, Arizona, to escape the snow, and fell in love with the Sonoran Desert and their new community. (Which is by the way, a foodie's haven!) Kathy’s irrepressible wit and writing helped her be chosen one of Idaho’s top three emerging fiction writers in 2014. Since then her wanderlust and a few pratfalls on ice landed her in Tucson, Arizona's sunnier clime. Her first novel, MUSTARD'S LAST STAND, introduced a slew of endearing oddballs, many of whom resurfaced in FOUL WIND, the second in the Havoc in Hancock series. In those novels, Kathy used humor to navigate her readers through the wilds of North Idaho. In her third novel, Kathy transferred her passion for animals, vegetables and minerals to the Sonoran desert. But she didn't leave her sense of humor in Idaho. In fact, MURDER, SONORAN STYLE is frequently laugh out loud funny. MURDER, SONORAN STYLE, Kathy's latest book, won Honorable Mention for fiction at the Public Safety Writers' Conference in July, 2019.Read more Read less
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