JANE K. CLELAND once owned a New Hampshire–based antiques and rare books business, and she now lives in New York City with her husband. Her first novel, Consigned to Death, was an Independent Mystery Booksellers Association bestseller and was nominated for the Macavity, Agatha, and David book awards. Her second, Deadly Appraisal, and her sixth, Deadly Threads, both won the David Award for Best Novel. Her third, Antiques to Die For, her fifth, Silent Auction, and her seventh, Lethal Treasure, were all nominated for the David Award. She is the past president of the New York chapter of the Mystery Writers of America and chair of the Wolfe Pack's literary awards. Jane also hosts The Writers Room, a series of television interviews airing on local cable and online.