In the style of Dominick Dunne, Kellogg writes novels that Rdeftly immerse readers in a deeply pleasurable world of shameless wealthS (Kirkus Reviews). Kick Keswick's double life encompasses secrecy, murder, and lies that she tackles with her customary panache and grace.
A native of Denver, Colorado, Marne Davis Kellogg was educated in Paris and Rome. From 1966 to 1968 she volunteered as a Military Airlift Command/Braniff flight attendant, serving on troop transports to Vietnam. Marne has worked as a translator for a Colorado-based international oil company, a consumer reporter for a radio station, the director of communications for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, and an assistant bureau chief for the Rocky Mountain bureau of "People" magazine. Since 1981 she has been executive vice president of The Kellogg Organization, Inc., a national and international fund-raising counseling firm. Marne and her husband, Peter, live in Denver and on their Colorado ranch.