Michael Rigg

<a href="https://www.michaelrigg.com" target="_blank">https://www.michaelrigg.com</a>

Michael Rigg, a retired Navy Judge Advocate, plies his trade as a mild-mannered civil servant and attorney by day, then morphs into a nascent mystery and thriller writer by night. Mike is a member of Hampton Roads Writers, as well as the Sisters-in-Crime national organization and its Southeastern Virginia Chapter—Mystery by the Sea. He and his wife live in Virginia Beach. Visit him online at his website, https://www.michaelrigg.com, and on Facebook at www.facebook.com/michael.rigg.author.

Mike's short story, "Four Cedars," was selected for First Prize in Fiction at the 2021 Hampton Roads Conference.  His flash fiction work, "The Writ," won Third Place in the 2021 Golden Donut Short Story Contest sponsored by the Writers' Police Academy. 

He has short stories that appear in the following anthologies: 

"In a Faubourg Far, Far Away" - Mardi Gras Mysteries (Mystery and Horror, LLC);

"The Courier" - Coastal Crimes: Mysteries by the Sea (Wildside Press); and

"Ghosts of Sandbridge" - Virginia is for Mysteries, Volume III (Koehler Books).