Debra Sennefelder is an avid reader who reads across a range of genres, but mystery fiction is her obsession. Her interest in people and relationships is channeled into her novels against a backdrop of crime and mystery.
When asked if she wrote The Corpse Who Knew Too Much to address a specific issue, Debra said that she had written the book based on her interest in true crime podcasts and cold cases and that her main goal was to entertain readers. She added, “I got to listen to a lot of podcasts when I was writing this book. That was probably the best part aside from the recipe testing.”
Debra said, “I’d like for them to know I really love writing these stories and that my readers mean the world to me. I’d also love for them to know that their emails, notes and comments make my day.”
During her research, Debra had the opportunity to attend her town’s Civilian Police Academy. “During the program, I was able to go on a tour of the Level 4 (high security) prison in our town. It was an eye-opening hour.”
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