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About Mary

​Mary has been a working actor for most of her life. With experience ranging from radio talk shows, to children’s theatre, Shakespeare, and musicals, she offers a wide range of versatility.   Mary is most well known for her "conversational" reads, bringing honesty and sincerity to her projects, along with a little “sass”.  She has excellent comic timing, and a gift for creating interesting characters. 

Mary is well liked by her clients for her excellent ability to take direction and to approach copy from different angles.  She is one of the voices of the Open House New York podcast series along side celebrities such as Kevin Bacon, and her Open House NY promos run during Good Morning America.  Her "Mom" voice has spoken for clients such as Nick at Nite, Walmart, and Comet.  Her "sultry velvet voice" has spoken for BASF Cosmetics and Neutrogena.  And the "many voices in her head" can be heard on video games and while bringing characters to life in her published Audiobooks.


By Libby Fisher Hellman

Barbara Adams, head of the Windbrook Library in suburban Chicago, has died, apparently from a fall down the stairs to the library's basement. But when Julia Fairbanks, her closest friend's daughter starts to poke around, she finds troubling emails that indicate Barbara was not the victim of a heart attack, but a vicious killer instead. Can Julia find the murderer? Or will she end up on The Last Page? This breezy mystery is a novella, approx. 20,000 words. It also includes two short stories by the authors, both from the acclaimed crime fiction anthology, CHICAGO BLUES.

By Libby Fisher Hellman

In this 4th title in the Ellie Foreman mystery series, the Chicago documentary filmmaker finds herself in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin. Returning from a video shoot at the Lodge, Ellie befriends a woman who claims her ride abandoned her at a highway rest stop. Ellie's kindness is cut short when a pickup truck pulls up,  and the woman is shot dead.  Ellie is soon drawn into the history of a wealthy and prominent family, deeply rooted in a magnificent mansion on the lake, surrounded by a web of lies, murder, and family secrets that have plagued the town for years - secrets that now place Ellie in the crosshairs of a killer.

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