Rebecca Bridges grew up in Oklahoma in the third largest city of that state. Of course, in Oklahoma at that time the population was under one hundred thousand so she’s not a big city girl. She had the opportunity to live in Germany two different times, once in the 1970s and again in the early 2000s, for a total of eight years. Living in Germany she took advantage of the close proximity of all the other countries to travel and shop. Yes, she enjoys shopping and bargaining for the best price of whatever local goods are available.
Rebecca worked for more than thirty years for the Department of the Army as a computer specialist. In addition she served as a Warrant Officer in the U.S. Army Reserves. During her life she’s lived in nine different states from California to South Carolina and Texas to Missouri. You’ll notice she’s avoided going too far north since she’s not fond of cold weather!
Rebecca and her husband decided to make South Carolina their retirement home in 2011. Although she dabbled in writing prior to retirement she became committed to honing her craft and set a goal to have her books published. Now she’s completed one book she has another novel and a novella underway.
Growing up in Oklahoma she could see for miles across the plains where buffalo grass, paint brush flowers and mesquite trees grew. Her view today includes ocean waves, dolphins, pelicans and palmetto trees in South Carolina.
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Madison Hendricks shatters U.S. Army Ranger Trevor Montgomery’s self-imposed isolation when she knocks on the door of his mountain cabin. Their initial challenge to stay alive switches to tracking down dangerous criminals and bringing them to justice. Growing attraction pulls at both of them even though neither wants or needs the distraction.
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Top Ten List
- Anything by Agatha Christie but my favorite is The Mousetrap.
- An oldie but goodie — Rebecca by Dame Daphe Du Maurier
- As a Romance Writer I must include Nora Roberts — I think the Collector is my favorite so far.
- Jude Deveraux — who doesn’t like the Montgomery’s and Taggerts? A Knight in Shining Armor is my favorite of hers.
- Linda Howard is a friend I’ve known for years and LOVE her books. I think Kill and Tell is my favorite.
- I heard Karen Rose speak a a conference years ago and got hooked on her books. They’re all good but I like Don’t Tell best.
- I enjoy a good laugh so Janet Evanovich does that so well. One for the Money.
- Forensic science is so fasinating — Patricia Cornwell’s The Body Farm.
- A master of explaining spy craft details is Robert Ludlum’s The Bourne Identity (the Book is soooo much better than the movie, and I loved the movie!)
- For a look at WWII era courage I love Ken Follett’s The Eye of the Needle.
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