Jerol Anderson crafts mystery and intrigue. Her first book The Queen Anne Fox, received an Eppie nomination for best mystery of 2006. The story began when the author resided on Queen Anne Hill, where she took delight in the quaint neighborhoods of Seattle and actually encountered the real Queen Anne Fox.
In March 2007 the second of the Jessica Tyson, Special Agent Mysteries, Gone Missing in the Underground, will be released. Jesse searches for missing persons through underground tunnels and in the twisted minds of suspects above on the history-filled streets of Seattle’s Pioneer Square.
Jerol Anderson lives in Cambridge, Wisconsin with her supportive husband, Doug, and cockatiel, Tonto, and near her two daughters and their families. When she is not intrigued with bringing fictional characters out of memory and into the light of day, the author enjoys absorbing energy from her family and flowers.