Vicki Doudera is a million-dollar broker with a busy coastal firm handling luxury real estate. She is the author three nonfiction books on real estate and the Darby Farr Mystery Series. Her debut mystery, A House to Die For, was selected to the Best of 2010 list in Suspense Magazine. Her articles have appeared in Parenting, People, Reader’s Digest, Yankee and Down East magazines.
Doudera has been profiled on WCSH-TV’s “207,” and her writing has been favorably reviewed in prominent mystery and book industry magazines, as well as in the Bangor Daily News, Times Record, Kennebec Journal, Lincoln County News and Midcoast Beacon. She belongs to Mystery Writers of America (MWA), and is on the board of Sisters in Crime, New England.
Doudera lives with her family in Camden, Maine, where she enjoys spending time with her friends, kids and funny pets; hiking, cycling and knitting; and living in a beautiful, old house. She is president of her local Habitat for Humanity chapter and is a member of the National Association of Realtors.