Kristin Kisska used to be a finance geek, complete with MBA and Wall Street pedigree. A member of the James River Writers, International Thriller Writers, and Sisters in Crime, Kristin is now a self-proclaimed fictionista.
Her short mystery story, “The Sevens” was included in the Bouchercon's Anthony Award-winning anthology, MURDER UNDER THE OAKS (October 2015). “A Colonial Grave”, which is a murder mystery set in Colonial Williamsburg, was included in VIRGINIA IS FOR MYSTERIES: VOLUME II (February 2016). Her third short story, "Wine and Prejudice" was published in the FIFTY SHADES OF CABERNET mystery anthology (March 2017). Her psychological suspense short story, "To the Moon and Back", was featured in the eclipse-themed mystery anthology, DAY OF THE DARK (July 2017). Her short story, "Czech Mate" was included in Malice Domestic's anthology, MYSTERY MOST GEOGRAPHICAL (April 2018).
In spring of 2019, two more of Kristin's short stories were published: "Snowbirding" in Malice Domestic's anthology, MYSTERY MOST EDIBLE and "Unbridled" in DEADLY SOUTHERN CHARM. And she's thrilled to announce the release of her latest short story of historical suspense, "Prelude" published in LEGENDS REBORN (March 2020).
When not writing short stories, suspense novels and historical thrillers, Kristin can be found on Facebook and Instagram at KristinKisskaAuthor, and Tweeting @KKMHOO. She's a contributing blogger at the crime fiction blog, SleuthSayers.org. She lives in Virginia with her husband and three children.