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THE SYDNEY RYE SERIES
Deep in the jungle, Sydney is recovering at the training camp of the vigilant organization she inspired, when an adversary makes Rye an offer she can’t refuse.
When Rye’s good friend goes missing in Shanghai, she follow his trail into the darkest corners of China’s corruption where Rye witnesses atrocities that make her already cold blood freeze.
Scorch Romance Thriller Series
Scorch Road, JT.
The structures of society implode in the face of a deadly flu’s devastation as JT and Elizabeth travel a scorching road cross country. Can danger bring them together to find one good, true thing in a changing world?
Cinder Road, Dolf
How can Dolf protect his twin’s brave, stubborn wife and hide his feelings from her, as they struggle to live long enough to reach the Haven?
WARRIOR DOG: A Lei Crime Kindle World Novella.
A Keiki Mystery. One pack. One dog. One enemy. One mission: protect the family.
IT TAKES TWO: A Jet Kindle World Novella
A Sydney Rye and Jet Adventure. Two women trained to kill, both will stop at nothing to get the job done.
SYDNEY RYE KINDLE WORLD
Nemesis by Jennifer Harlow
Sex traffickers, serial killers, and superheroes…welcome to the world of Galilee Falls, Sydney Rye!
The Catalyst – DelSheree Gladden
“Looking after Eliza Carlisle is about as easy as bathing a cat.”
Fatal Interest – Julie Gilbert
Sydney Rye and Blue find more trouble than they bargained for when they investigate mysterious break-ins at a posh boarding school.
Rough Road – Toby Neal
“A Thelma and Louise road trip gone wrong–only with samurai swords ,tantra sex, and a big wolf dog.”
Walk Softly, Danger – Renee Pawlish
Two forms of justice collide in Colorado.
Strange Behavior – Bev Pettersen
Justice…best served with teeth.
The Wife Line – Scott Bury
Sydney Rye takes on human traffickers with a man who may be more of a hindrance than a help — but who’s irresistible.
I was born in Philadelphia but moved to Texas within weeks. My Dad was a correspondent for the Philadelphia Inquirer and after only two short years in Texas (a State still close to my heart and where my younger brother currently resides) we moved again, this time to Moscow.
My first memories are from that time. My older brother and I shared a fairytale like existence completely oblivious to the turmoil and danger around us. I’ve never felt so safe as when wondering the streets of Moscow.
I learned English and Russian at the same time but neither of them particularly well. I couldn’t say my R’s or my L’s in either language. Both alphabets remained a mystery. We returned to Philadelphia when I was 6 and it didn’t take long for my parents and teachers to realize I was severely dyslexic. Luckily for me we lived near the best school in the country for kids with problems like mine, Benchmark. The school was intense. It was learning to read bootcamp. We weren’t even allowed to talk during lunch, they read to us. And with my Dad reading to me every night at home it didn’t take much for me to fall in love with books. My young heart yearned for those jumbles of squiggles to make sense.
One day when I was 10 or 11 it just clicked for me and I could read. My f’s nolonger faced the wrong direction, I could tell the difference between a b and a d, and I was flying through Agatha Christie novels. Mystery novels quickly became my genre. My parents fueled my addiction with their large collection of P.D James, Dorothy L. Sayers, Raymond Chandler and other greats. I didn’t believe that I could write fiction until I was in college and I read this really terrible mystery where cats figured out the puzzle and it turns out to be aliens. I decided right then to write my own. I dedicated my collegiate studies at NYU to the history of forensic science, homicide, and detective novels. I wanted to understand what these books did for us, how they veered from reality, and what gave them such importance in our culture. I was walking dogs at the time which is a very strange profession. I would go into all these people’s houses and take care of their pets but we never met. I saw pictures in their house so would recognize them but they had no idea what I looked like. This strange anonymity seemed perfectly suited to a murder investigation.
My dog, Nova, became the inspiration for Sydney’s dog, Blue, and they both grew in my mind until the story was down on paper. It took 6 years to publish UNLEASHED from tip to tail. I love the cover by the amazing Autumn Whitehurst, my good friend and a super talented illustrator. Now I’ve published seven Sydney Rye novels, Six installments in my Kiss Serial, and two novellas for Kindle Worlds of fellow authors. Which kind of amazes me. Without the support of my family, my incredible husband and my readers, the amazing life I lead would be impossible. I’m very grateful for all the support that I have. To learn more about my adventures with my husband and dog (Kinsey Milhone, pup detective) you can read my blog. I’ve written from India, Costa Rica, floating aboard my trawler, OUR WAY, on the Hudson River, and now am in Woodstock, Ny, where bears and birds are out to get me.
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