Lawyer Kate Lange is back in EXPLOITED!

What if the face of justice belongs to… the accused?

Coming in September 2016!

Available in trade paperback and ebook

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A Note from Pam ~

Dear readers,
Thank you for visiting my website. I have been working hard to complete the final edits on EXPLOITED, the fourth book of the Kate Lange thriller series. For those of you who subscribe to my newsletter, you will know that I had planned to release EXPLOITED in June, 2016. However, I suffered a pneumothorax in May due to an acupuncture needle. I am completely recovered, but it set my deadline on its heels. I have spent the summer revising and polishing EXPLOITED to deliver the best story I can to you. Thank you for your patience, and I look forward to getting EXPLOITED into your hands!

All the best,

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I was tagged by a few FB friends to list 15 authors that have influenced me. Here are 16 authors/books (I threw in an extra for good measure) that shaped the way I viewed the world, or touched me deeply, or just gave a great story that I loved. I thought it was interesting that 6 of the 16 were books I had read as part of my school curriculum, which just goes to show the impact of a good English curriculum. :) Here's my list. I'd love to hear your faves!

1. Frances Hodge Burnett's "The Secret Garden". First novel I ever read. Read it in the backseat of my mother's old white volvo. Had to ask how to pronounce "cholera".
2. Charles Dickens - "A Tale of Two Cities", "Great Expectations"
3. Edith Blyton - "Famous Five", "Secret Seven" books
4. Ursula K. LeGuin - "Left Hand of Darkness"
5. Robert Heinlein - "Stranger in a Strange Land"
6. Jane Austen - "Pride and Prejudice"
7. JK Rowling - "Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban"
8. Donna Tartt's "Secret History"
9. Pat Conroy's "Prince of Tides"
10. Joseph Conrad's "Heart of Darkness"
11. William Golding's "Lord of the Flies"
12. CS Lewis - "Chronicles of Narnia"
13. John Irving - "A Prayer for Owen Meany"
14. Rohinton Mistry - "A Fine Balance"
15. William Shakespeare - the works. :)
16. Ken Follett's "Pillars of the Earth"

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