Shelby Nichols has lived in the mid-west all her life and enjoys many outdoor activities such as taking long walks and playing tennis. However, she will admit that her favorite activity is going for a ride on the back of a motorcycle. She is happily married to a successful lawyer, Christopher Nichols, and has two children, Joshua and Savannah.
She is an active member of the PTA in her children’s school, and enjoys helping out in her church. Her name first appeared in the paper when she was wounded during a robbery at the grocery store. She worked with a police detective to find the culprit, and was later recruited as a consultant for the police department.
Shelby began her own consulting agency after she was instrumental in helping the police solve a theft at the Museum of Fine Arts. Recognized for her help at the Museum Gala, she received an award from the mayor of the city. The museum curator also honored her with a plaque bearing her name which is prominently displayed in the fine arts section of the museum.
Since beginning her own consulting agency, Shelby has successfully solved a number of her own cases, along with many others involving her consultation with the police. These include recovering money from a bank theft, solving a few cold cases involving a serial killer, and she was instrumental in uncovering a violent drug ring with ties to the attorney general.
In her down time, Shelby enjoys a good bubble bath, watching her favorite TV shows, and playing poker with friends, where for some reason…she always wins.
Shelby can be contacted by posting through this website.