Lori Hines' publishing credits include the paranormal mystery novels “The Ancient Ones,” and “Caves of the Watchers,” published by Aberdeen Bay. Her short story credits include “The Yellow Rose,” published in the 2011 Sisters in Crime, Central Coast Mystery Writers Anthology, “Somewhere in Crime,” “The Princess Guardian,” published in the 2011 Sisters in Crime, Desert Sleuths Anthology, “So West So Wild,” and “Tragedy in the Pines,” published in the 2010 Sisters in Crime, Desert Sleuths Anthology, “How Not to Survive a Vacation.”
Awards include honorable mention in the general fiction category for “Caves of the Watchers” in the 2013 Great Southwest Book Festival.
She is a member of Sisters in Crime, Desert Sleuths Chapter, the Arizona Archaeological Society, Aqua Fria Chapter, and the Arizona Authors Association. Her mysteries are inspired by experiences as a paranormal investigator and her avid interest in Native American history. She is working on her fourth novel in The Ancient Ones series. Readers can visit her online at http://lhauthor.wordpress.com/