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Leslie Ann Budewitz is an American author who combines her passion for food and mystery to write mystery novels. She went on to practice law in Seattle for a few years before heading back to her home state of Montana. She still practices employment law and civil litigation in Montana, though she says killing people in books is much more fun. A national best-selling author, Budewitz is best known for the Spice Shop Mystery series and the Food Lovers Mystery series of novels that are set in northwest Montana. The books focus on two women Pepper Reece and Erin Murphy, who she asserts share her passions and knack for running into trouble. In , she became the first author to win both the Agatha Awards for nonfiction and fiction, after her nonfiction work Death al Dente the first novel of the Food Lovers Village mysteries walked away with the Agatha Award for Best Novel in A strong believer in helping up and coming writers succeed as authors, Leslie Ann Budewitz is the head the Sisters in Crime SinC and is also one of the founders of the Guppies two groups that offer support and advice to independent or unpublished writers.
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They love growing it, making it, scouting out great… Read More. She graduated from Notre Dame Law School, practiced in Seattle for several years, then returned to Montana, where she still practices civil litigation and employment law. A true believer in the power of writers helping other writers, Leslie is an active member of Sisters in Crime and is a founding member of the SinC chapter for new and unpublished writers, the Guppies. Leslie loves to cook, eat, hike, travel, garden, and paint—not necessarily in that order.