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Senden was raised in Winnetka, a north shore suburb of Chicago. From an early age reading and writing were passions as was travel. Senden has studied, lived and worked in the USA, Europe, the Mid-East and Africa, spending a number of years as an archaeological illustrator for various expeditions. Senden earned a Masters Degree and has studied creative writing, play writing and screenwriting. Articles and mediations in both The Clergy Journal and The Word in Season and a number of ghost stories in various magazines.
Senden is busy writing, and anticipates the release of another historical mystery in Senden currently resides in the greater Omaha metro area and is working on a modern day series involving forensic artist, Dr. Kate Ashton; plus a series set in the fictional city of Lemmingotn, as well as a few more historical murder mysteries.
Order S. When it comes to murder, people in small towns have a way of keeping secrets for many years. But not forever. Someone has guarded their secret well for nearly thirty years, until when the body of a young woman is discovered in an abandoned opera house setting tongues to wag and minds to speculate. Yet no one can identify her. In the pages of that long forgotten chronicle lie clues to the identity of the killer. When the diary surfaces again, anyone who possesses it is no longer safe.
Something haunts Lieutenant Nigel Lockhart from his childhood about the dead woman. As he delves into long held secrets surrounding the crime, the shadow of both murders threatens to harm his daughter who has been drown into the undercurrent of the investigation when the diary comes into her possession.
Bergin Halverson wrestles with the ghosts of his past, and his fears that have kept him silent for decades. He recognizes that the truth, which only he knows, must eventually be told so that the ghosts of his past may finally be put to rest.