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Lydia de Bechevet apologies for not responding sooner as she has not been at the address that Lou Whitfield Miller sent her letter to for over a year. Bechevet chose Florida as a setting for her stories because she views the West as being "immensely overdone" and authors weren't taking advantage of Florida's unique scenery, history, and climate. Bechevet explains her efforts in writing a sequel to "Mystery of the Twisted Man."