Sharron Gold - finalist for The Chanticleer CLUE Awards that recognize emerging new talent and outstanding works in the genre of Thriller, Suspense, and Mystery. The British author was a continuity script supervisor for over twenty years on Major European and international films before leaving the film business and moving to a small Austrian village, Hallstatt where she opened a boutique selling fashions and ethnic jewellery that she sourced on her travels, having always managed to spend the European winter months mostly in India where she supported Tibetan refugees.
Her first novel was written in German, Schmetterling and was published by four major German publishing companies.
Life was idyllic until her drink was spiked and overnight her life was turned into a living hell. SPIKED is her attempt to expose what happened to her and help prevent it happening to others. This book is important for all of us, to help us become aware of the dangers of an ever increasing use of drugs to commit crimes.