Author Carole Lawrence is an award-winning novelist, poet, composer, and playwright. Among her published works are eleven novels, six novellas, and dozens of short stories, articles, and poems, many of which appear in translation internationally. She is a two-time Pushcart Poetry Prize nominee and winner of the Euphoria Poetry Prize, the Eve of St. Agnes Poetry Award, the Maxim Mazumdar playwriting prize, the Jerry Jazz Musician award for short fiction, and the Chronogram Literary Fiction Award. Her plays and musicals have been produced in several countries as well as on NPR; her physics play Strings, nominated for an Innovative Theatre Award, was recently produced at the Kennedy Center. A Hawthornden Fellow, she is on the faculty of NYU and Gotham Writers, as well as the Cape Cod and San Miguel Writers’ Conferences. She enjoys outdoor sports such as hiking, biking, and horseback riding, and you can often find her cooking and hunting for wild mushrooms. She also writes under the names C. E. Lawrence and Carole Buggé, and those books are also available here on Amazon. Under the C. E. Lawrence marque, her five-novel "Silent" series centers on New York detective Lee Campbell, a psychologist-turned-criminal-profiler determined to keep working with the NYPD while enduring painful reminders of his past. As a police profiler, Campbell sees the gruesome handiwork of the most brilliant and deranged criminal minds in New York. Despite his own pain, he must match wits with the most diabolical of them and stop their heinous, bloody crimes. See them here: http://amzn.to/2BlBW1N Under Carole Buggé, her three-novel "Who Killed" series centers on New York mystery editor Claire Rawlings who spends her days scrutinizing the motives and methods of fictitious criminals. She is helped by her precocious thirteen-year-old friend, Meredith Lawrence, who has a keen eye for the facts of crime. See them here: http://amzn.to/2BmycgbRead more Read less
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