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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

 Roccie Hill is an American author, mother, private sojourner and history fanatic. She received her Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Philosophy from UCLA. In 1980 Hill moved to Paris, where she lived for the next eight years, working as a Creative Writing teacher at the Paris Women's Institute for Continuing Education and also as Marketing Manager for the French Statue of Liberty celebrations. Her latest novel, Window of Exposure, is a fast-paced and riveting story of former F-16 pilot Kate Cardenas leading a Defense Intelligence Agency team in a covert operation to rescue an American CEO captured in France by terrorists. Visit Roccie online at Born in the beautiful tropical island of Jamaica of a Jamaican father and a French mother, Solange Ritchie immigrated to the U.S. at age 11. Since then, she has been a dynamic force for change. Despite the demands of a busy legal career, she has achieved a successful writing career. Dubbed “the Case Saver” by her legal colleagues, she has received numerous awards for her legal work. With a passion for philanthropy, Solange serves on numerous charities and legal boards. She is the author of the new thriller novel, The Burning Man, a tale set in Orange County featuring FBI forensic pathologist, Dr. Catherine (“Cat”) Powers. This thriller traces the painfully struggles of a driven woman who is torn between her career demands and motherhood and a family saga involving Cat's young son and his loss of innocence. It explores the bond shared by a mother and child as they combat pure evil. Cat knows only that she will do anything to catch this killer and keep those she loves alive. But will it be enough? Visit Solange online at

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