Nev March: Historical Mysteries
Author Nev March is the first Indian-born writer to win Minotaur Books/Mystery Writers of America's Award for Best First Crime Fiction.
After a long career in business analysis, in 2015 Nev returned to her passion, writing fiction and now teaches creative writing at Rutgers University, Osher Institute. A Parsee Zoroastrian herself, she lives in New Jersey with her husband and sons. Murder in Old Bombay is her debut novel.
Her books deal with issues of identity, race and moral boundaries. Her sequel, Peril at the Exposition is set during the 1893 World's Fair, a time of conflict that planted the seeds of today's red-blue political divide. Captain Jim and Lady Diana's third adventure will be published in Sep. 2023.
She is represented by the Jill Grosjean Literary Agency
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