Brahms, Ann (1938 - )

Genre: General Fiction, Non-Fiction

Born in Portland, Maine, on April 19 1938 (1937?), Ann Brahms published autobiographical articles in Greater Portland, Down East, and Good Old Days in the late 1980s and early 1990s. Prior to that, she and her husband co-authored a highly regarded book that has been recommended by the association that places puppies with families who begin the young dogs' training as guide dogs for the blind.

She has written three romantic suspense novels set in Maine and two memoirs.

Selected Bibliography


  • The Burying Point (1991)
  • Cloak of Darkness (1992)
  • Run for Your Life (1993)


  • Puppy Ed: Training Your Dog at an Early Age (1981) with Paul Brahms
  • The Key Is Under the Flower Pot (1999)
  • Nana's House: A Memoir (2003)