Six years ago, Dusty Miller retired from her career as psychotherapist and national trauma expert. She told the agent who had published her nonfiction work that she wanted to write a book that was both a cozy mystery and a political thriller.
“You can’t do this, you can’t mix genres,” the agent said.
“I can’t help it,” Miller replied. “I must. The story is happening.”
Miller, 67, spoke to a