Hugg lives in Seattle where she writes literary mysteries and thrillers inspired by plants. Her work has appeared in the Rooted anthology, Minerva Rising, and Mothers Always Write. Her novel The Forgetting Flower is the first in her Botanique Noire trilogy from Magnolia Press.
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