Run at Destruction (2009), Circle of Innocence (2014) and Desperate Parallels (2018)
Lynda Drews, a Wisconsin native, gave the commencement speech at her University of Wisconsin-La Crosse alma mater. She encouraged students to journal their lives as she had. In 2009, Run at Destruction: A True Fatal Love Triangle was the outcome. Publisher’s Weekly said: “the author and victim’s shared moments… are remarkable.” The Investigation Discovery Channel filmed a segment based on that book, and it was endorsed by Ann Rule, the best-selling true crime author.
Lynda’s Door County, Wisconsin mystery novel, Circle of Innocence, was published in 2014. Midwest Book Review said it “excels in psychological depth,” and Brian Freeman, the best-selling author of The Bone House, endorsed it.
Desperate Parallels was inspired by Lynda’s IBM global executive career. While working in America and Japan, she learned first-hand the issues women faced, and continue to face, in the corporate business world.
When Lynda’s not writing, she teaches classes for WRITE ON DOOR COUNTY, reads, runs, knits, plays bridge, and drinks coffee. The latter is a necessity, even at bedtime.