After retiring, Elizabeth Hatcher True returned to her love of writing. She joined the South Carolina Writers Association, attended writing clinics at the Pat Conroy Literary Center and participated in local writing critique groups.
When a family incident exposed the vulnerabilities of senior citizens, Elizabeth decided to bring the story to life. She combined her passion for South Carolina's colorful history with her fascination for compelling mysteries and created a detective who used her knowledge of the past to solve the crimes of today. She published two books, Where Law Ends and Tyranny Begins, with Mill City Press.
Elizabeth graduated from A.C. Flora High School in Columbia, South Carolina where she was editor of the school newspaper. She received a B.S. in Mathematics from the University of South Carolina.
She currently spends summers in Minnesota and winters in South Carolina, enabling her to play outdoor tennis year-round!
Where to keep in touch with Elizabeth: www.elizabethhatchertrue.com www.wherelawends.net www.tyrannybegins.weebly.com Twitter: @wherelawends
Elizabeth says that her three greatest accomplishments are her two sons and her 50-year marriage to the man she met at a computer keypunch machine.