Bonnie S. Calhoun
Bonnie S. Calhoun introduces heroine Sloane Templeton, a “G-rated Stephanie Plum,” in the mystery Cooking the Books (Abingdon Press).
Ronie Kendig grew up an Army brat, married
a veteran—and now writes romantic thrillers
with a military flair. Her latest novel is Trinity:
Military War Dog (Barbour Books).
A former Long Beach, Calif., police officer of 22
years, Janice Cantore retired and now writes
suspense novels. Her latest Pacific Coast
Justice novel is Abducted (Tyndale House).
Irene Hannon is the author of more than 25
novels, and winner of a slew of awards. Her
latest Guardians of Justice novel is Lethal
Legacy (Revell Books).
Nancy Mehl recently launched a Mennonite
romantic suspense series set in the town
of Kingdom, Kansas. The first volume is
Inescapable (Bethany House) and continues
early next year with Unbreakable.
Kathy Herman worked for years in Christian
retail before she retired to write fiction. Her
novel, Relentless Pursuit (David C. Cook), third
in her Secrets of Roux River Bayou Series, is
set in the bayou country of South Louisiana.
With some 50 books in print, DiAnn Mills has
sold more than a million-and-a-half copies.
Her new series Crime Scene: Houston kicked
off with The Chase (Zondervan).
Growing up in small town Wisconsin, Susan
Sleeman spent her summers reading Nancy
Drew novels and developing a love of mystery
and suspense fiction. Her latest novel is Dead
Wrong (Love Inspired Suspense).
Vicki Hinze has written some 30 books and
hundreds of articles. Her recent novels include
Not This Time in the Crossroads Crisis Center
Series (Multnomah Books) and Survive the
Night (Love Inspired Suspense).
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