A Body in the Woodpile

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About the author

Irene Sauman

Irene is a retired historian who grew up and went to school in New South Wales, by the mighty Murray River. Now living in Western Australia, she has three children and four grandchildren, and a sister who beta reads her books for plot holes and to see how quickly she can solve the mystery. (So far she's not winning, which Irene finds rather pleasing but is carefully refraining from boasting, family relations being important, after all.)
When not writing, Irene reads, watches tennis, is an awesome croquet player (old age and treachery will defeat youth and enthusiasm every time) and has a reasonably green thumb, which means very little dies in her garden, unlike in her cosy mysteries. Her favourite authors-gone-by are Anthony Trollope, Dorothy Sayers, Ngaio Marsh and Agatha Christie. She reads heaps of modern authors too, of course, not restricted to those who write cosy mysteries, but they are a favourite.