Diane Mott Davidson is the author of 16 novels featuring Goldy Schulz, a small-town caterer who solves murder mysteries in her spare time. At the start of the series, Goldy is a recently divorced mother with a young son trying to make a living as a caterer in the fictional town of Aspen Meadows, Colorado. It has been noted that Aspen Meadows closely resembles the real-life town of Evergreen, CO where Mott Davidson currently resides with her family.
Robert Greer has written the popular CJ Floyd mystery series, as well as the medical thriller Heat Shock. Greer has been involved in cancer research at the University of Colorado Health Science Center for more than thirty years. In 1983 his research group was the first in the world to report a synergistic link between smokeless tobacco use and human papillomaviruses in certain cancers of the mouth. That research foundation is the basis for the plot of The Devil's Hatband..In addition to writing, medicine, and research, Greer reviews books for a Denver National Public Radio affiliate, KUVO, and raises cattle on a ranch in Wyoming.
Stephen White is the author of the bestselling mysteries/thrillers featuring Boulder, CO psychologist Alan Gregory. In his books, White draws upon over fifteen years of clinical practice as a psychologist to create intriguing plots and complex, believable characters. He lives with his family in Denver.