Anne Lovett is an award-winning writer and author of the new novel, Wildwood Flower, and four other novels, including Rubies from Burma, which was named one of the best indie books of 2017 by Kirkus Reviews.
Trained as a natural products chemist, Anne has spent the last several years exploring chemistry between people and delving deep into a different sort of research as she pens novels that explore both history and mystery, some with a lighter touch.
She sets her novels in her native South, and researches extensively to make sure of her descriptions and history. She visited many of the Georgia barrier islands for Saving Miss Lillian and studied books about cotton mills for The River Nymph.
Anne lives in Atlanta with her model-railroader husband, and enjoys gardening, photography, and traveling to places her characters might go. Sometimes, by riding on trains.