Laurie Hanan grew up in the picturesque islands of South Pacific with a father who pioneered air travel to some of the remotest parts of the world. Laurie eventually settled in Hawai`i, where she had a career with the Honolulu Post Office. After retiring, Laurie began writing her Louise Golden mysteries, about a mail carrier in Kāne`ohe on the Island of O`ahu. When she isn’t writing, Laurie enjoys vegan cooking, photography, swimming, and yoga. Laurie lives on O`ahu with her husband, youngest son, an obese Westie, and a bipolar cat.
About my story: Louise Golden’s favorite way to unwind after work is by walking her dog in the neighborhood park. The serenity is shattered when a little girl comes across a dead body. Fingers point to a severely retarded man who frequents the park, but Louise has her doubts as to his guilt.