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Speaker Erica Spindler
York Times and International bestselling author, Erica Spindler's
skill for crafting engrossing plots and compelling characters
has earned both critical praise and legions of fans. Published
in 25 countries, her stories have been lauded as thrill-packed
page turners, white-knuckle rides and edge-of-your-seat whodunits.
Ms Spindler's acclaimed books include Breakneck
and Last Known Victim. She lives with her family
near New Orleans.
Damron is a South Carolina native. Born in Sumter, she currently
lives in a nice home outside of Columbia with her husband.
Carla draws on her own experience as a clinical social worker
in her novels, KEEPING SILENT and SPIDER BLUE.
Like her protagonist, Caleb Knowles, Carla understands the
dark and curious workings of mental illness and offers her
insights to the reader.
Giusti is a medical technologist who loves working with test
tubes and petri dishes almost as much as she loves to write.
Growing up as an army brat, Debby met and married her husbandthen
a captain in the armyat Fort Knox, Kentucky. Together
they traveled the world, raised three wonderful army brats
of their own and now see the military tradition carried on
in their son who's also in the army. Always busy with church,
school and community activities, Debby knew it was time to
settle down and write her first book when she and her family
moved to Atlanta, GA. Despite occasional moments of wanderlust,
Debby spends most of her time writing inspirational romantic
suspense for the Steeple Hill line.
Hunter is a freelance writer and the author of 16 books. His
latest book, "Tempest at the Sunshere," was recently
released and is available at area bookstores and through Amazon.com.
is the author of the Biscuit McKee mystery series, starring
a small-town librarian and Marmalade, the orange and white
library cat. In 2009, Fran hosted the internet radio show
"Mystery Matters." Each Friday she interviewed a
favorite mystery writer. Shows are archived on Fran's website.
Her latest book (unrelated to the Biscuit McKee series) is
set in the midwest in 1932. A SLAYING SONG TONIGHT features
a news reporter who's interviewing a convicted murderer.