WHAT WOULD NANCY DO? is the story of childhood friends Maeve Haile and Kate Hanson, who are now in their fifties. As young girls they shared a love for the Nancy Drew mystery books often looking for mysteries of their own to solve. When a woman in their small town is killed they take on the case asking “what would Nancy do?” Kate as a therapist and Maeve a stay-at-home mother and volunteer at the library, they pull in all their resources and friends to help them solve the case. They learn they can rely on each other in ways their friendship has never been tested before as they race to find the killer before he strikes again. It is a novel filled with intrigue, humor, love and an interesting set of characters that tell how life can lead you down interesting paths and sometimes starts at fifty.
About the Author
Maureen Mullis studied journalism at Brigham Young University. After a couple of years working as a reporter and columnist for a small weekly newspaper she worked for awhile as a freelance writer. During her years as a stay-at-home mom she continued her writing, this time venturing into fiction. After a brief stint as a library tech in elementary and high schools, she and her family moved from California to Colorado where most of her stories take place. She lives with her husband, two sons, two dogs and a motley collection of birds and fish in Colorado Springs, CO where she is currently at work on her next novel.