With family roots throughout Florida, Georgia and Alabama, Pam Bingemann was born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida. Spending time in rural High Springs, Florida, with its' nearby tobacco fields, made a poignant and lasting impression on her. During the sixties, amidst a resurgence of the Ku Klux Klan, and the emergence of the Civil Rights Movement, she attended Florida State University, where she first started writing for her local newspaper, as well as fiction and non-fiction articles for magazines. Following a career into real estate, she became a successful salesperson and opened her own brokerage firm, where her creative writing skills shifted to marketing and the production of multi-media advertising. After a long and successful real estate career in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida, she retreated to her country home in South Georgia to follow her dream of writing novels. She has just completed her first novel, Common Justice, an intriguing tale of impoverished lives torn apart by racism in the 1960's.