Postcards, the blog: Read about Diana's recent travels and book research in Europe By Train. And don't miss her earlier series of Europe By Train.
Diana Chambers was born with a book in one hand and a passport in the other. She writes romantic intrigues that have led her from Paris to far corners of Asia. Her latest book is The Ruby Curse, set in 1947 Hollywood and end-of-the-Raj India.
"In Stinger, Diana Chambers takes us from Peshawar, the Casablanca of Central Asia, to an Afghanistan of poets and warriors. Her mysterious characters drive a twisty plot that doesn't let up until the shocking climax. Combining the best elements of John le Carré and Martin Cruz Smith, Chambers has also written a compelling love story. Highly recommended."
—Sheldon Siegel, New York Times Bestselling Author of Judgment Day
Diana appeared with Arthur Kerns, Jeff Layton, and Ryan Quinn on the panel, I Spy, moderated by Annette Rogers in February at Left Coast Crime, Phoenix, Arizona.
Next up: Bouchercon Mystery Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana. September 15-18, 2016.
Diana is thrilled to be one of the "plot stirrers" in the Mystery Writers of American Cookbook: Wickedly Good Meals and Desserts to Die For.