Deborah Dee Harper
Deborah Dee Harper writes from Elmendorf Air Force Base in Anchorage, Alaska . When she isn’t writing, she enjoys whale-watching tours, rafting, hiking, climbing to glaciers, running from moose, taking pictures of bears, dall sheep, and other Alaskan wildlife, watching fighter jets fly overhead, or spending time with her grandchildren in Kentucky and Michigan.
Deborah’s latest adult-aged manuscript, Misstep, was a finalist in the 2009 Operation First Novel Contest co-sponsored by the Jerry B. Jenkins Christian Writers Guild and Tyndale Publishing House. She is a contributor to Chicken Soup and other Christian anthologies and a popular writer of widely read, humorous and motivational stories online (as Deborah Dee Simmons).
Currently, Deborah is working on her new children’s series, Laramie on the Lam, and enjoys visiting elementary classrooms to read her stories to students. She also enjoys speaking about writing to both student and adult groups.
Laramie on the Lam
Laramie Wyoming is in big trouble—as usual—but this is the biggest, baddest trouble he's ever gotten himself into. Eleven-year-old Laramie is a lot of things: an average student, a little mischievous, always messy, constantly curious, and on most days, a good big brother. But Laramie also loves adventure.
Laramie Conquers the Last Frontier
Laramie, Prentiss, Maestro, and the rest of the Wyomings are finally in Anchorage, Alaska. Following a visit to Kentucky over the winter to visit Laramie’s great-grandparents for the holidays, the family returns to the Land of the Midnight Sun to enjoy all that Alaska–the Last Frontier and our 49th state–has to offer.
Laramie and the Mighty Yukon Rescue
Laramie, Prentiss, and Maestro are on their way to Alaska and the boys have high hopes they’ll leave the bad guys in the dust. Still, it’s hard to know who to trust as they travel the famous ALCAN Highway through the vast, rugged, and sometimes remote Canadian wilderness of British Columbia and the Yukon Territory.
Laramie's Superior Quest
Laramie Wyoming, his black Lab, and their friends, have managed to escape from more bad men in Virginia. How many bad guys can there be who want to drive (or at least chase) Laramie and his pals up a wall? The boys, with Maestro’s help, have been able to leave four guys in the dust, but that doesn’t mean their trip to the shores of Lake Superior won’t bring more trouble their way.
Laramie and the Great Yorktown Battle
Laramie Wyoming can't seem to stay out of trouble. Or ahead of it, for that matter. Laramie, his parents, little sister Cheyenne, foster brother Prentiss Williams, and his loyal black lab Maestro, are now in Yorktown, Virginia. They had a close call in Colonial Williamsburg, but at least the men chasing them have been arrested. Laramie and Prentiss are in the clear! Or are they?
Laramie and the Land of Liberty
Laramie Wyoming is in trouble again, but this time trouble has followed him to Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia. Laramie didn't think things could get worse than the world's worst bully, Prentiss Williams being along for the ride, until the men who robbed the bank in Laramie's hometown showed up.
Laramie and the Law
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You know you're in trouble when you see your picture on the front page of the newspaper and discover you're wanted by the local police for robbing a bank—all because you were just trying to be polite!
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