About the Author

Reva Spiro Luxenberg is a social worker who began writing in earnest in retirement. She has authored a series of mysteries: “Murder at the Second Lily Pond,” “The Cereal Killer,” “The Beauty School Murder,” and “The Bumbling Bigamist”—featuring her zany protagonist Sadie Weinstein. Four of her dramas are “Grand Army Plaza,” “And Then There Was Light,” “A Flickering Flame,” and “Recipe for Love.” She has also written “Native American Fun Crafts,” “The Call from Beyond and Other Stories,” “Romantic Calligraphy,” “Reflections and Recollections,” and “An Old Lady’s Confessions.” She is a contributing writer to the Kings Point News and is the president of the Kings Point Creative Writers Club. Her hobbies are reading, ceramics, and photography. She’s a proud grandmother and great-grandmother and is married to Dr. Edward R. Levenson, a writer, who has edited five of her books.