Michelle Black

Michelle  Black
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Michelle Black divides her time between Kansas City and a log home in the mountains of Colorado. She was born in Kansas and studied anthropology in college. She created her first book, an illustrated survey of ancient Olmec art, as her undergraduate thesis. She went on to law school and graduated with honors.
In 1993, she moved to Colorado and began to focus on her fiction writing. For three years, she owned a bookstore in Frisco, Colorado, a small town nestled high in the Colorado Rockies at 9,000 feet, where she resided with her husband and two sons.
In September 2003, Tom Doherty Associates published her novel of historical suspense, The Second Glass of Absinthe, under the Forge imprint. Set in 1880 Leadville, Colorado, the story unfolds against the backdrop of the town's first labor strike. The shocking murder of the heiress owning Leadville's wealthiest mine unleashes all sorts of intrigue and scandal. The title is taken Read More chevron_right