Chris Goff is an award-winning author of six novels based on environmental themes and a new international thriller series.
Goff began her career writing non-fiction, penning columns for several local newspapers in Summit County, Colorado, as well as articles for regional and national publication. Later she edited rock and ice-climbing guides for Chockstone Press, and worked in graphic production for “Living the Good News,” a division of The Morehouse Publishing Group. She has taught writing workshops at the Colorado Free University, the University of Colorado. A long-standing member of multiple writing organizations, she has served on several local, regional and national boards, including Mystery Writers of America.
The bestselling Birdwatcher's Mystery series was nominated for two WILLA Literary Awards, a Colorado Author's League Award, and published Japan. Astor + Blue Editions reissued her complete backlist in print and E-book on February 2, 2016 and the sixth book in the series, A Parliament of Owls, is scheduled for release on May 10, 2016. Dark Waters, the first title in her international thriller series, was published September 15, 2015. Set amid the Israel-Palestine conflict this book promises to keep the reader frantically turning pages. The Manhattan Book Review deemed it "Absolutely masterful..." Dark Waters is a Finalist for a Colorado Book Award, Thriller and a Colorado Author's League, Genre Fiction Award, both to be awarded in May 2016. Goff is currently working on the next in the series, Red Sky, scheduled for release in early-2017.