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DePoy has published short fiction, poetry and criticism. He
has written five novels in the Flap Tucker series: Easy, Tooo
Easy, Easy as One, Two, Three; Dancing Made Easy and Dead
Easy. His newest novel The Witch's Grave will be published
in January 2003.
lives in Atlanta oand is a visiting professor of theater at
Georgia State University.
Gwen Hunter's tenth grade writing teacher read her first attempts
at writing poetry and short stories and told her she had talent,
that very day Gwen decided to become a writer.
written many novels including those in the Dr. Rhea Lynch
series: Delayed Diagnosis, Prescribed Danger and Deadly Remedy.
with her husband in Rick Hill, South Carolina.
Sorrells is the Edgar-Award-winning author of the legal thrillers
Cry for Justice, Will to Murder and Power of Attorney (nominated
for the Edgar Award for best original paperback in 1995).
under the pen name "Ruth Birmingham", Sorrells introduced
Sunny Childs, a private investigator in Atlanta Graves, Fulton
County Blues (nominated for the Shamus Award). A fifth Sunny
Childs novel is due to be released in late 2003.
resides in Metro Atlanta.
Sprinkle decided to become a writer when she was in ninth
grade. So after high school, she attended Vassar College which
was known fo rits creative writing program.
here to explore the long list of Patricia's published works
on the Barnes and Noble website.
lives in Smyrna and is a very active member of the Friends
of Smyrna Library.