About the Author
Linda Pendleton often says her writing go from "flying angels to flying bullets." She will usually add, "But of course, not usually in the same book." Her writings cover a variety of genres: mystery/suspense, nonfiction, Comic book adaptation, and screenplays. A lifelong interest in the fields of metaphysics and the paranormal has influenced Linda's writing. In 1990, the nonfiction book, "To Dance With Angels," a definitive study of life and death and spirit communication, coauthored with her husband, renowned author Don Pendleton was published. They followed that with "Whispers From the Soul: the Divine Dance of Consciousness." Following the death of her husband, Linda published "A Walk Through Grief: Crossing the Bridge Between Worlds," "Three Principles of Angelic Wisdom," and several other nonfiction books.
Linda's fiction includes the crime novel, "Roulette: The Search for the Sunrise Killer" written with Don Pendleton, her mystery/suspense novel, "The Unknown, A Novel," Comic adaptations, and screenplays. She recently published PI novels, "Shattered Lens: Catherine Winter, Private Investigator," and the second novel in the Catherine Winter Series, "Fractured Image."
"Corn Silk Days: Iowa, 1862" is her first historical novel, set in the Civil War period. She is a native Californian and a former member of the Authors Guild, Inc., EPIC Authors Org., and Sisters In Crime. Several of her books have won awards.