A. R. Williamson

Biography

A. R. Williamson survived 6 years in the wilds of the Willamette Valley which inspired her first novel 'Winter; Cricket and Grey'. She learned to shoot, to can, and to alienate a whole community of bible thumpers. Now she resides in northern California and enjoys a cozy, if impecunious, life with her husband, son, mother, and six pets.

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Books

Winter: Cricket and Grey
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Price: $5.99 USD. Words: 118,040. Language: English. Published: November 8, 2013. Category: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » Action & suspense
At the end of the twenty first century, life is hard enough for Cricket Winters, a small town apothecary in Western Oregon. When her father dies, leaving her with steep unpaid tax bills, she discovers the secrets he's been hiding about her mother's death, and it gets a whole lot harder. Now, as she takes on a dangerous job as an armed guard for the local Mormon crime boss, she must also keep one

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