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Book Title: Chasing Secrets|
The author of the book: Christy Tillery French
Date of issue: October 6th 2008
ISBN 13: 9781603180542
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 962 KB
Edition: L & L Dreamspell
Read full description of the books Chasing Secrets:ATF agent Rowan Bronson is chasing the secrets of a renowned televangelist and his connections to organized crime. The only allies she has are her dog Zeus and Garrett Somersby, a detective who's reluctant to believe her. Zeus is a sure thing, but can she trust Garrett enough to let him help her? When Rowan uncovers a Reverends ties to a crime boss, before she can turn over evidence of money laundering and firearm smuggling she is betrayed by one of her fellow agents. Shes nearly killed by the crime boss right hand man then goes on the run stealing Detective Garrett Somersbys SUV. Relentlessly pursued by Garrett and agents from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms, Garrett is the first to locate her and the two team up in the hopes of retrieving her information and getting it to the proper person in the ATF. Now Garretts life is also jeopardized by the men pursuing Rowan, including a religious zealot, a crime boss, and a mole in the ATF all with personal agendas concerning Rowans demise.
Read information about the authorBorn and raised in the South, award winning, internationally published author and poet Christy Tillery French loves to write about quirky Southern women. Her books include: Chasing Horses, Wayne's Dead, Chasing Demons,Chasing Secrets, The Bodyguard, The Bodyguard and the Show Dog, The Bodyguard and the Rock Star, The Bodyguard and the Snitch, The Bodyguard and the Bodyguard, and Obsolete. She co-wrote Whistling Woman with her sister Cyndi Tillery Hodges under the pseudonym CC Tillery. Her short story Investigator Incarnate was published in Cats in a Dreamspell and she contributed 5 recipes to Killer Recipes. Proceeds from that book are donated to the American Cancer Society. Coming books: The Bodyguard and Bridezilla, Immortal Harvest, and Moonfixer.
French's books have been chosen by numerous book clubs across America as their Book of the Month. Chasing Horses was named finalist in the Heart & Scroll Madcap Contest for Best in Romantic Comedy, 2001. Wayne’s Dead was named one of MyShelf’s Top 10 Reads for 2002 and Manager’s Pick for the Month of September 2003 by United Authors Association. The Bodyguard and the Show Dog received the 2006 Single Titles Reviewers' Choice Award and was nominated finalist in the Dog Writers Association of America 2006 Writing Competition, Book: Fiction. The Bodyguard and the Rock Star was named Award-Winning Finalist in the USA Book News Best Books 2009 Competition. Chasing Secrets was named Finalist in the 2009 Dog Writer’s Association of America Writing Competition, Book: Fiction and Finalist in the EPIC 2010 E-Book Competition, Adventure Romance.In addition, all of her books have been placed with the McClung Historical Collection of the East Tennessee Historical Center as part of the local and genealogical history of East Tennessee. The translation rights for Wayne's Dead were sold to Yacom Publishers of Seoul, South Korea and the translation rights for Chasing Demons were sold to Futami Shobo Publishers of Tokyo, Japan.
French’s award-winning poetry has been published in America and England. She has been recognized in Who's Who in U.S. Writers, Editors & Poets (American Biographical Institute, 2002-2011), Who's Who in America (Marquis Who's Who, 2003-2011), Who's Who of American Women (Marquis Who's Who 2004-2011), Who's Who in Finance and Business (Marquis Who's Who, 2004-2011), and Manchester Who's Who, 2006-2011.
French presently serves on the Board of Directors of Tennessee Mountain Writers. She formerly served on the Board of the Southeast Mystery Writers of America (SEMWA) Skill Build Committee, representing East Tennessee. In August, 2005, she organized and hosted a skill build in Knoxville, Tennessee, sponsored by SEMWA.
In August, 2006, French was interviewed for the Norwegian magazine, "Magasinet", published by "Dagbladet" (http://www.dagbladet.no/magasinet/200...) in an article by Kjersti Flaa about beauty scams and women's constant search for the right products.. Her article on Genre Fiction vs. Literary Fiction was utilized by the University of Florida in Spring, 2006 as part of the coursework for Crime and Detective Fiction (http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/eginway...). Her essay on The History of Makeup has been published in the book Exploring Beauty by Joanne Strobert.
French worked as a paralegal until she decided she preferred to be her own boss. In the past, she owned and operated a medical transcription service for psychiatrists and psychologists, a transcription service for court reporters, and freelanced as a paralegal. With her husband, she has co-owned a cartage company, industrial tire service, and most recently, an industrial equipment service and industrial battery service. French previously was book reviewer for the Knoxville News-Sentinel and presently reviews books for Midwest Book Review.
French resides on a mini-farm in Powell, TN, with her husband and four dogs. Avid boaters, she and her husband are rennovating a
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