Tr Hilton

Tre Hilton is the nom de plume for three extraordinary and talented woman, those being renowned novelist Kathy Wall, Vicky Hunnings and Jo Williams. Vicky Hunnings has gone from helping people-to murdering them. A former Family Nurse Practitioner, Vicky was forced to give up her medical career due to health problems. So she began to write about what fascinated her most-police work. Her mystery novels, The Bride Wore Blood, Death on a Cellular Level, and Turn of Fortune, all feature detectives Shark Morgan and Dell Hassler, death investigators for the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office. Kathryn R. (Kathy) Wall wrote her first story at the age of six and then decided to take a few decades off. She and her husband Norman retired to Hilton Head Island in 1994 where she began her writing career in earnest. She is the author of ten Bay Tanner novels, eight of which are published by St. Martin's Press. The eleventh in the traditional mystery series, all of which are set in the Lowcountry of South Carolina, is Jericho Cay, available in spring, 2011. Visit her at www.kathrynwall.com for a complete list of her books along with sample chapters and other information about Bay Tanner and her Lowcountry home. Jo Williams has an MA in counseling and a PhD in metaphysics. Since the writing of Ringer, she and her husband, Harry, have moved to Tampa, FL. She currently serves as a Prayer Chaplain at New Life Unity Church in Tampa and has facilitated classes in A Course in Miracles for more than a decade. Her passion is sharing the principles of Divine Law in a variety of creative ways, including her novel series: The Song My Soul Remembers, Behold the Dawn, and One Thought from Heaven. (Kathy Wall pictured)
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