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Isis CrawfordBarbara Block is the author of the Robin Light Mystery Series Twister In Plain Sight Scent of Murder and Vanishing Act Her upcoming release Endangered Species will be available in September of 1999 She was recently named one of Booklist's Top Five Lesser Known Female Sleuths so hopefully a wider audience will discover her through the thrills of Endangered Species A longtime freelance writer Barbara has produced numerous feature articles and reviews in addition to her novels When she's not writing Barbara somehow finds the time to run a catering business specializing in dessertsBarbara holds a BA in Spanish from New York University and an MA in Spanish from Columbia University She has also studied at Hunter College and the School of Visual Arts An avid traveler Barbara has toured extensively through both Europe and Latin AmericaAs a youth animals were among Barbara's many interests Her childhood was crowded with pets of every kind that included a type of alligator known as a caiman The caiman took up residence in the family bathtub much to the guests' dismay Her love for creatures has not dissipated over the years Indeed her deep interest in animals has led her to be a mother to dogs cats ferrets Burmese pythons and monitor lizards Included in the zoo were three male Homo sapiens of her ownOriginally from New York City Barbara Block has made Syracuse her home for twenty five years