Anne Laughlin

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Anne Laughlin
Occupation Novelist, realtor
Nationality American
Genre Lesbian Detective

Anne Laughlin is a Chicago-based realtor and lesbian mystery author who grew up in Park Forest, Illinois. She is the author of two novels, Sometimes Quickly and Veritas, as well as many published short stories. She was named an emerging writer by the Lambda Literary Foundation and was awarded a writing residency at Ragdale.

She also wrote the game Murder at the Folkestone Inn,[1] a game for the Adventure Game Toolkit.[2]

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