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Sections of this page. Email or Phone Password Forgotten account? Femmes Fatales is on Facebook. Mary Saums Mary Saums loves to write about the good, the bad, the ugly and the totally dawg-gone bat-spit insanity of the South. Her heroes are Alice Walker and Jerry Clower. Long ago, she was a recording engineer in Muscle Shoals and therefore rates all things on a scale of Genuine Soul. Her first mystery series stars Willi Taft, a background singer in Nashville.
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Her new series stars two ladies in their sixties, one British and one Southern, who live in fictional Tullulah, Alabama. These books are somewhat like Miss Marple only with AKs. Mary also writes poetry occasionally. Tough, too, to let the muscle kinks stretch out. Still, I take lots of time to simply sit on interesting-shaped rocks that seem to have been placed there for me, and think and stare out as far as I can see.
After the hike, I head home and begin cooking one of my favorite meals, such as chicken-and-mushroom crepes or lasagna.
I enjoy a great glass of wine with that. Do you have a signature accessory, color, fragrance, phrase, or meal?
I seem to lack the shopping gene. Excluding family, name three people who either inspired you or influenced your creativity. I used to read loads of plays when I was younger. I learned about humor from Wilde and Coward, and about drama from Ibsen.
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Including many mystery authors, especially the female mystery authors who broke the publishing glass ceiling and left footprints for those of us who came later to follow. But those three were my earliest influences. Do you listen to music when you write? I like the sound of silence and the words I hear in my head. I do listen to music in the car when I drive, and think about writing to that music. If your latest book were chocolate, what kind would it be and why?
It would also contain nuts because madcap mysteries are—well, nuts. And maybe it would also contain some marzipan filling, because it certainly contains some unexpected whimsy. What made you interested in writing this particular story?
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A former publicist suggested to me that I set a book in my Tracy Eaton series, which features the daughter of eccentric Hollywood stars, on Route 66, but I only considered it after I came to love Route 66 myself. The Mother Road has such a wonderfully kitschy quality, and I knew that would be appeal to Tracy. Because Route 66 connects us to the past, I gave Tracy and her dad, aging Hollywood hunk Alec Grainger, a history there.
Until Lucy confessed to murdering her married lover.
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Since then, Lucy has been serving time in prison. That conundrum is enough to lure Tracy and her sweetie Drew to New Mexico. That conundrum was also what made me want to write this story. Did she really kill her old lover, Billy Rob Royce?