Women on the Edge

Women on the Edge is an anthology of short stories by Morgan St. James about women who are facing something in their life: rekindled romances, retribution, transition, loss of a friend,a humorous funeral and an excerpt from the Silver Sisters Mystery, "Seven Deadly Samovars." More

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About Morgan St. James

Morgan has ten published books available in paperback and digital editions, 4 of which are also audio books.

A self-described workaholic, Morgan is an entertaining speaker, and frequently appears on author’s panels, meet the author events, at conferences as a workshop presenter and on radio and podcasts. She writes columns for the Las Vegas and Los Angeles editions of Examiner.com and is a member of Sisters in Crime, Greater Los Angeles Writers Society, Public Safety Writers Association, Las Vegas Writers Group and Henderson Writers Group and publishes the bi-monthly eZine, "Writers' Tricks of the Trade." Links to the current issue may always be found on her website or http://writerstricksofthetrade.blogspot.com

The first Silver Sisters Mystery, "A Corpse in the Soup" co-authored with her real sister Phyllice Bradner was named Best Mystery Audio Book 2007 by USA Book News. That was followed by "Seven Deadly Samovars" and "Vanishing Act in Vegas." "Diamonds in the Dumpster" is currently in work.

Her latest releases are "Betrayed," inspired by true events, now available in Kindle and in paperback by the end of October 2013. What would you do if you woke up in a strange bedroom bound and gagged? Visit http://betrayedthebook.wordpress.com to find out why Morgan had an obsession to write this book.

"La Bella Mafia," available in Kindle and paperback as of October 15, 2013, is the shocking true story as told to Morgan and true crime author Dennis N. Griffin. Visit http://labellamafiabook.wordpress.com for more information.

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