M. Ruth Myers
At age three author M. Ruth Myers blamed the misdeeds she was accused of on her invisible friend PapPap, who lived in a mayonnaise jar. Clearly Ruth herself was guilty only of running with a bad crowd. Today she pleads guilty to being the Shamus Award winning author of the Maggie Sullivan mystery series as well as numerous other novels. You could say she’s a lifelong fibber who discovered her niche at an early age. Her books have been translated into seven languages, taught in a college course in Japan and optioned for film. Her romantic suspense novel A Touch of Magic was condensed in Good Housekeeping. A native of Missouri, Ruth grew up in Wyoming. After earning a journalism degree from the University of Missouri, she wrote for daily papers in Michigan and Ohio. She has also worked in public relations, association management and as a ventriloquist. She’s happiest, however, when she’s killing people in the privacy of her study. Her husband and cat give her sideways glances and twitch from time to time. When not involved in criminal acts, Ruth reads, plays the concertina (usually Irish tunes) and bakes. PapPap is serving hard time as an editorial assistant.Read more Read less
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