Sheila Lowe

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Sheila Lowe
Novelist Sheila Lowe on January 30, 2010 at a book signing in Los Angeles, California.
Born Sheila Taylor
London, England, U.K.
Occupation Novelist
Nationality British
Genre Mystery fiction, Nonfiction


Sheila Lowe is a British-born novelist and graphologist who has lived in the United States since 1964. Her first book[1] was published in 1999 and became a bestseller in the Complete Idiot's Guides series. Her second book[2] was released a year later. In 2007, the first edition of Poison Pen, the beginning of her Claudia Rose forensic mystery series came out with a small publisher, Capital Crime Press. When Poison Pen received a starred review in Publishers Weekly, who called it "a dynamite debut," Kristen Weber, then-senior editor at New American Library, picked it up and published the first four books in the series. She is currently the president of the American Handwriting Analysis Foundation.




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