The Rise of the Red Queen
by Bourne Morris
Bourne Morris eloquently elaborates her characters, bringing them and the gorgeous scenic locale to vibrant life.
~Mallory Heart Reviews
Compelling and strong characters and a story that is so gripping you will be hooked from the start. I loved it and was so into the story I didn’t want to stop reading so I wouldn’t miss what was going to happen. A Brilliantly written must read.
~Shelley’s Book Case
Between Red and Jamie, the reader can try to piece together the full story; but author Bourne Morris is a cunning and clever storyteller. Rise of the Red Queen will keep you guessing – and turning the pages.
~The Girl with Book Lungs
I have to say I was on the edge of my seat through most of this story. The story has three separate plot lines but they end up all eerily connected.
~Escape With Dollycas Into A Good Book
The author does a nice job with building the mystery and painting viable suspects.
The Rise of the Red Queen
(A Red Solaris Mystery Book 2)
Genre – Mystery – Suspense
Paperback: 288 pages
Publisher: Henery Press (December 1, 2015)
E-Book ASIN: B014T91TSO
A beautiful journalism student is abducted by a man with unusual and frightening expectations. While searching for her missing student, Red Solaris must contend with a university committee quarreling over the rights of the victims and those accused in sexual assault cases. And, in the midst of all this, a journalism professor brings a gun to school and shoots a colleague. Will Red’s ambition to become dean be destroyed by scandal around her? Will she and Detective Joe Morgan ever acknowledge their true feelings for each other?
About The Author
After Bennington College, I worked at McCall’s Magazine and then went to Ogilvy&Mather, New York during the “Mad Men “ era. David Ogilvy and his colleagues treated me wonderfully, promoted me several times and then sent me west to become head of their agency in Los Angeles. I had a splendid run in advertising.
In 1983, I joined the University of Nevada Reno as a full professor in Journalism where I taught until 2009. I learned about campus politics when I served as chair of the faculty senate. I retired to write mysteries in 2009 after a wonderful teaching career.
I live with my husband of 34 years in a ranch house with a view of tall trees and mountains. We have four children and eight grandchildren. Life is good.
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