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Very Short bio:

Libby Fischer Hellmann left a career in broadcast news in Washington, DC and moved to Chicago 35 years ago, where she, naturally, began to write gritty crime fiction. Thirteen novels and twenty short stories later, she claims they’ll take her out of the Windy City feet first. She has been nominated for many awards in the mystery writing community and has even won a few. More at http://libbyhellmann.com.
 

 
Not So Short bio:

Libby Fischer Hellmann writes Compulsively Readable Thrillers. Her 14th work, War, Spies, and Bobby Sox, was released March 1, 2017, and won the IPPY Silver Medal in the War/Military category.

A year before that Jump Cut, the 5th entry in her Ellie Foreman series, was released with a Starred Review from Publishers Weekly.In 2014, Havana Lost, a stand-alone literary thriller and love story set in Cuba, was released. A Bitter Veil, set in revolutionary Iran during the late ’70s was released in 2013. Along with Set The Night On Fire (2010), which goes back to the late Sixties in Chicago, these stand-alone thrillers are what Libby calls her “Revolution Trilogy.”

She also writes two crime fiction series.Libby describes the first, the Ellie Foreman series,   a five- volume set, as a cross between “Desperate Housewives” and “24.”  Chicago P.I. Georgia Davis first appeared in one of those novels, and she now has her own series, which has grown to four volumes.

Libby has also published over 20 short stories, many of them in Nice Girl Does Noir. She also edited the acclaimed crime fiction anthology Chicago Blues.

Originally from Washington D.C., she has lived in Chicago over 35 years and claims they’ll take her out of there feet first. She hosts “Second Sunday Crime,” a monthly radio author interview show/podcast via Authors On The Air, as well as “Solved!,” a live TV streaming show produced by Author’s Voice. In 2005 she was the National President of Sisters In Crime.