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I live in a county Named Yorkshire in the north of England. Yorkshire has its fair share of events and hauntings.
I adore everything supernatural and that is reflected in my writing. I also love a good puzzle.
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Christopher Greyson is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author of mystery, action, and thriller novels. His acclaimed Detective Jack Stratton Series has been read by over a million readers and counting. This action-packed series has a broad appeal, finding favor with mystery, thriller, and romance readers alike. The series comprises Girl Jacked, Jack Knifed, Jacks Are Wild, Jack and the Giant Killer, and Data Jack. And Then She Was Gone, the next new publication, premiered October 1st, 2016 with Jack of Hearts to follow. Christopher Greyson has also penned the prosperous epic dream Pure of Heart.
Greyson's love of puzzle and experience started with his grandfather, a World War I decorated hero. He will never forget being introduced into his grandfather's buddy, a WWI pilot who flew across the heavens in precisely the same time as the feared legendary Red Baron. Since he had been a tiny boy, Christopher Greyson dreamed of exactly what mystery was around another corner, or quest lay over the mountain. If he could not locate an adventure, one generally found him! Now he illuminates those tales into his stories.
Christopher Greyson's educational foundation is an eclectic combination of levels in Computer Science, Theatre and Communications. He resides in Massachusetts with his beautiful wife, Katherine Greyson, author of the bestselling romance-mystery series Everybody Keeps Secrets and their two lovely children, Laura and Christopher.
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Hello, and thank you for seeing my Amazon Page. I'm a writer of mysteries, Karen Charlton. I compose crime fiction, set in Regency England.
My Detective Lavender Mysteries, published by Thomas & Mercer, would be the literary experiences of Stephen Lavender, that had been a real-life Principal Officer using the Bow Street Police Office at London.
By the early 19th century, Principal officers had a selection of different and important roles though they were still nicknamed 'Bow Street Runners' as if they had been messenger boys. Apart from supporting their colleagues resolve crime in the funding, they were sent out to help magistrates in the provinces with difficult cases. They also participate in undercover work in periods of insurrection, by way of example, throughout the Luddite riots from the Midlands and were available to engage by wealthy landowners.
They were Britain's earliest private detectives and have been famous throughout London. They were the sole policemen permitted into Buckingham House (the forerunner of the palace) and also did security work for the Bank of England. On certain occasions, they were even sent overseas to help with crimes and offenders who had spilled out within our borders onto the united states.
Through my study, I've come across heaps of the instances reported in the papers of the time. They are often used by me as the foundation for the novels' plots. I am currently writing the fourth book in this series: 'Plague Pits & River Bones.' Additionally, There Are two Detective Lavender Short Stories to compliment the string: 'The Mystery of these Skelton Diamonds' and also 'The Piccadilly Pickpocket.'
'Acquiring the Eagle', my first publication, is the true story of the infamous ancestor, Jamie Charlton, who had been detained in 1810 of Northumberland's largest prosecution. To describe my late husband and I found this gaol-bird within our family tree, I composed my nonfiction geneal See all Karen Charlton products
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Hi, and thank you for seeing Amazon Page. I am Karen Charlton, a writer of puzzles. I write historical crime fiction, set in Regency England.
My Detective Lavender Mysteries, printed by Thomas & Mercer, would be the literary experiences of Stephen Lavender, who was a real-life Principal Officer with the Bow Street Police Office at London.
By the early 19th century, Chief officers had a number of important and different functions although they were nicknamed 'Bow Street Runners' as if they were messenger boys. Aside from encouraging their colleagues resolve crime in the funding, they were often delivered to assist magistrates in the states with difficult instances. They also participate in undercover work in periods of insurrection, by way of instance, throughout the Luddite riots from the Midlands and were available to engage by wealthy landowners.
They had been Britain's earliest private detectives and so are famous throughout London. They had been the only policemen allowed into Buckingham House (the forerunner of this palace) and also did security work for the Bank of England. On certain occasions, they have been sent overseas to assist with crimes and criminals who had spilled out over our borders onto the continent.
During my study, I've come across heaps of their instances reported in the papers of the time. I often rely on them as the basis for the plots of the novels. I am currently writing the fourth book in this series: 'Plague Pits & River Bones.' There are also two Detective Lavender Short Stories to highlight the string: 'The Mystery of those Skelton Diamonds' and 'The Piccadilly Pickpocket.'
'Acquiring the Eagle', my first publication, is the authentic story of our infamous ancestor, Jamie Charlton, who had been detained in 1810 of Northumberland's biggest robbery. To explain my late husband and I first found this gaol-bird within our own family tree, I wrote my nonfiction genealogy publication, 'Seeking Our Eagle.' It's a 'How -we-d
Anne Trager enjoys France so much she has lived there for more than a quarter of a century and could’t appear to leave. What keeps her there is a mix of pleasure searching and imagination. After several years working in publishing, translation, and communications, she woke up one morning and said, “it stand anymore. There are many books being written not attaining a broader audience. When she founded Le French Book in order to interpret and release a few of those works in 26, & #x201d; That & #x2019; s. The company’we interpret it, & #x201d If we adore it s motto is #x201c; and Trager enjoys detective novels, puzzles, and crime fiction. See all Anne Trager products
Jamie Lee Scott
USA Today Bestselling author, Jamie Lee Scott, enjoys killing people. I am writing a good mystery, or a fantastic romance.
She lives in the Midwest with her husband, miniature Australian shepherd, 2 cats, and three horses to a little farm. When she is not writing books she's writing screenplays, creating indie films, or competing in Airways races.
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10 Interesting Fact
1. I once played in a televised poker tournament.
2. I am terrified of heights, so I moved zip-lining, repelled down a waterfall, and walked across a rope bridge, so to prove to myself I really could.
3. I have a fast food restaurant with my spouse.
4. I wrote my very first novel in the 5th grade.
5. I wish to be Charles. (if you have read the Gotcha novels you'll know)
6. I sucked my thumb once I was a kid.
7. When I am alone in the vehicle, I inhale the music and sing at the very top of my lungs. I don't care who sees me.
8. I have a world class crush on Benecio del Toro.
9. I've experienced a Twitter dependence as 2009. (I may require an intervention)
10. I hate sharing my own food off my plate.