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I tell lies for a living. More specifically, I write historical fiction.

Background Information

I grew up in West Palm Beach, Florida, when it was a sleepy little town. The elevator music of my soul is the sound of surf. Learned self reliance as a member of the Girl Scouts. Learned to play solitaire from my grandmother, Flossie, although poker was her game. Acquired a marrow-deep love of books from my mother, the gift of gab from my father, and a variety of pets, almost all of whom have appeared in my novels.

Birth Place
Baltimore, MD U.S.A.

Golden Spur Award, given by the Western Writers of America for Best Historical Western, the Annie Award for Literary Excellence, given by the Cultural Arts Foundation of Anne Arundel County. My first novel, Ride the Wind, made the New York Times and Washington Post best seller lists.

Additional Information

Now available: Shadow Patriots, a novel set during the US Revolutionary War, is about the Culper Ring, a group of George Washington's spies operating out of Manhattan and Long Island. The city of New York itself can hold its own among the American Revolution's cast of pungent characters, but this story centers on the mysterious intelligencer known to history only as 355, the Culpers' code for "lady." Available as hard cover or paperback: Ghost Warrior, an historical novel relates the Chiricahua Apaches’ thirty-year struggle to defend their homeland (1850 – 1880). This is also the story of Lozen: she had the strength of a man and was a shield to her people. Even in a society possessing extraordinary courage, endurance and skill, she was unique. The Apaches believe that when she was young, the spirits blessed her with horse magic, the gift of healing and the power to see enemies at a distance. The Apaches came to rely on her strength, wisdom, and supernatural abilities. The human story is richer because she is in it.

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