Maya Corrigan lives near Washington, D.C., within easy driving distance of Maryland's Eastern Shore, the setting for this series. She has taught courses in writing, detective fiction, and American literature at Georgetown University and NOVA community college. A winner of the Daphne du Maurier Award for Excellence in Mystery and Suspense, she has published essays on drama and short stories under her full name of Mary Ann Corrigan. Visit her at mayacorrigan.com.
Praise for the Five-Ingredient Mysteries by Maya Corrigan Suspects abound and the puzzle solution is deftly handled in this charming cozy . . . With recipes included, this is definitely a starter for fans of Diane Mott Davidson, Lou Jane Temple, and Virginia Rich. --Library Journal on By Cook or by Crook Fans of puzzle mysteries will enjoy the opportunity to sift through the clues to solve the puzzle. --San Diego Fiction Examiner on Scam Chowder A good cook makes an even better detective when her grandfather is suspected of murder. --Kirkus Reviews on Scam Chowder With humor, engaging dialogue, and a wonderful cast of characters, this was a delightfully entertaining tale, and I can't wait for the next book in this endearing series. --Dru Ann Love, Raven award winner, on S'more Murders