Welcome Author Rachel Sharpe

I’ve been away for a while, but I’m back now and ready to jump back into posting. On this terrific Tuesday, I’d like to introduce fellow Soul Mate author, Rachel Sharpe. She is the author of Cold Ambition, the first novel in the Jordan James, PI series. Although born and raised in the South, “Yankee” relatives first led Rachel to historic New England, which she has come to consider her second home and is the setting for the series.

After obtaining a Bachelor of Arts in English, Rachel began dedicating her free time to her childhood passion, writing, and in the fall of 2013, she signed with Soul Mate Publishing. An active member of Sisters In Crime, Rachel currently resides with her husband in the Greater New Orleans area.

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I encourage you to check out Cold Ambition and if you like it, which I’m sure you will, get ready for…
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“It all started with a favor…”

When private investigator Jordan James agreed to search for the missing son of a U.S. Ambassador, she didn’t realize she was walking into a case one hundred years in the making. The deeper she delves into this unusual assignment, the more shocking, and the more dangerous, it becomes. With time running out and lives at stake, Jordan must race to identify the culprit of an elaborate plot while also uncovering a far more personal truth too intimate to ignore…

Coming Fall 2014 from Soul Mate Publishing!

LINKS:
“COLD AMBITION” Available Now on Amazon! www.amzn.com/B00L2OLQPG

Website: www.rachelsharpe.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/authorrachelsharpe
Twitter: www.twitter.com/RachelCSharpe

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