Deirdre Feehan is a writer, librarian, and native of California. She traveled extensively in Europe and resided in London for a time. She completed the UCLA’s Writer’s program in 2009, specializing in fiction. Her recent work includes an essay on Sir Carol Reed for the Senses of Cinema database; a photographically illustrated children’s book, ABC, starring Teddy and his friends; short stories in magazines and online ’zines; and two poems, “Orpheus & Eurydice: Two letters,” in the online journal, Slow Trains. Feehan received honorable mentions in the 2015 Soul-Making Keats Literary Competition for her unpublished novel, Aldo’s Resume, and in the 2015 Ultra-Short Competition sponsored by The Binnacle at The University of Maine at Machias. Taylor on Loan is her first foray into crime fiction.