Harriette Sackler is a longtime member of the Malice Domestic Board of Directors and serves as the Grants Chair. She is a past Agatha Award nominee for “Mother Love,” her short story that appeared in Chesapeake Crimes II.
Harriette’s story “Queen of the King Cakes” appears in the anthology Mardi Gras Murder, published by Mystery and Murder, LLC.
Harriette’s story “The Factory” appears in Chesapeake Crimes: This Job is Murder (available through Wildside Press, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble) and is set in early 20th century New York City.
“Fishing for Justice” appears in Fish Nets, the second Sisters in Crime Guppies Anthology published by Wildside Press.
“Thanksgiving with a Turkey” appears in the anthology A Shaker of Margaritas–A Bad Hair Day, published by Mozark Press.
An avid pet lover, she is vice president of House with a Heart Senior Pet Sanctuary. Harriette lives in the DC suburbs with her husband, Bob, and their 5 pups. She has two married daughters and loves thoroughly spoiling her two grand-babies, Ethan and Makayla.