Author of clean, inspirational fiction
Catherine writes intelligent, suspenseful mysteries and historical fiction that readers of all ages and backgrounds can enjoy without blushing. She lives in Northern California but grew up in countries as varied as France, Spain, and Morocco. There, she learned to appreciate the beauty and richness of other cultures, along with the United States and its unique democratic ideals.
After earning a degree in Journalism with a minor in English at Brigham Young University, she wrote for several newspapers in Los Angeles before returning to college to earn an English teaching credential. Her lifelong dream, however, was to write novels like the ones she enjoyed reading.
Inspired by favorite authors Mary Stewart, Georgette Heyer, Phyllis Whitney, Victoria Holt, and Elizabeth Peters, she has published several novels, including The Gardener’s Tale, Chance’s Bluff, A Place Called New Hope, and The Jewelry Case, and is working on more. She is currently under contract with Cedar Fort Publishing.
Catherine is president of Sacramento Suburban Writers Club and is active in other writers’ organizations, including Sisters in Crime, California Writers Club, and American Night Writers Association. You can follow Cathy on Facebook at facebook.com/cathy.mcgreevy.9. Her profile can also be viewed on Goodreads and BookBub.