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About T.S. Seley Elliott
Tammy Seley Elliott was born in Coffeyville, Kansas, later living in several towns and states, setting the stage for a life on the move. It could be argued that her less than conventional upbringing fueled her love of writing and reading; they were constants in an otherwise chaotic world. One thing she knew for sure was that she wanted to write books when she grew up.
She joined the United States Air Force at the age of twenty-one. Life in the service provided a new kind of stability and launched her onto an extended detour from the road to becoming a novelist. The journey was welcome, however, offering irreplaceable experiences which made it well worth the wait. She retired in 2011 and set to work on her first novel, The Unlikely Savior, Part I of the Unlikely Savior Trilogy, in 2012, completing it the same year. Her second novel, Billet-Doux from a Dead Prisoner, Part II of the Unlikely Savior Trilogy, was published in December, 2016. The final installment of the trilogy, Finding the Window, Part III of the Unlikely Savior Trilogy was released in 2020.
Her sons, Joey and Sam, are grown now and Tammy lives on the the side of a mountain in St Maries, Idaho with her husband Mike on what they call their "No-Drama-Zone" off an unpaved logging road. They share their home with their dogs and have a prominently displayed sign on the front door welcoming friends and family, but asking all to please check their religion and politics at the door! Tolerance, faith and love, however, are welcome.
Billet-Doux from a Dead Prisoner is second book of the Unlikely Savior Trilogy. Offering the same page-turning intrigue, Billet-Doux incorporates characters from the first novel and introduces a host of new ones, just as real and beloved as those in The Unlikely Savior. Like Part I, this novel is a tale of mystique drawing the reader into the realm of the unknown as the story weaves among locations throughout the United States. And like Part I, the story’s mysterious force will affect more than the characters; the outcome will impact the nation, if not the world.
As she encounters an eclectic cast of characters ranging from circus workers and unspeakable criminals to space shuttle astronauts and the U.S. president, the unlikely savior appears to be on a rapid course to save the country, if not mankind. And in the process…she just might save herself.