About the Author
**Gordon Aalborg’s Cat Tracks: “Aalborg writes beautifully ... His novel should be mandatory in English classes to illustrate a well-written book.” – Cat Fancy **Lillian Stewart Carl's The Burning Glass: “Authentic dialect... detailed descriptions… vivid characters… The tightly woven plot is certain to delight history fans with its dramatic collision of past and present.” – Publishers Weekly **Denise Dietz’s Fifty Cents For Your Soul: “Frannie Rosen’s voice sounds something like a young Bette Midler if she'd been cast in an episode of Sex and the City directed by Tim Burton.” The Goreletter **Carole Nelson Douglas is “A superlative wordsmith who uses language with both precision and élan … makes reading a new and joyous experience….” – Romantic Times **Anna Jacobs: “An exciting book of immensely brilliant character portrayal …” – Bangor Chronicle on Our Eva **Robert S. Levinson writes “…with considerable invention, grace and energy… tells an intricate and emotionally potent tale of murder and double cross.” – Publishers Weekly **Annette Mahon: “The Secret Admirer is a sweet, fast-moving romance. … A wonderful, light read for a cool autumn day.” – Romantic Times **Sue Moorcroft: “You know you’ve got a good book when you can no longer control your facial expressions whilst reading!” – BestChickLit.com **Mary Jo Putney’s Loving a Lost Lord: “Sweeter than honey, and utterly ravishing; I didn’t want to stop reading. But then I never want to stop reading one of Mary Jo Putney’s novels!” – Eloisa James **Terese Ramin “…has a strong, distinctive, almost literary voice. … An absolute master of characterization…” – Romantic Times **Laura Resnick: “Doppelgangster is a joy from start to finish … a wonderful blend of comedy and surprising suspense.” – Linda Howard, New York Times bestselling author **Janet Woods: “The Stonecutter's Daughter is a beautiful, poignant story that brought tears to my eyes … a superbly gifted writer who knows how to tell a story like no other.” - Kristal Gorman. Romance Reader At Heart.