Alice Lynn


A native Oregonian, Alice Lynn spent her formative years in the Willamette Valley. She has pursued interests that range from horseback riding and amateur theatricals, to sculpting, gardening, and sewing. Her mother, who was a great reader, instilled in her a love of books. Writing seemed to flow naturally after that and has always been a part of her life. She is the author of Wrenn, Egypt House (2008) and Volunteer for Glory (2011). She graduated with a degree in psychology from Marylhurst University in 1999. Currently she resides in Oregon City with her husband and three cats.

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Volunteer for Glory
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 103,550. Language: English. Published: October 4, 2014. Categories: Fiction » Historical » USA, Fiction » Romance » Historical
Love and War divide and conquer. Torn between her love for two men, Rachel stays on the farm while Stuart and Jared battle the Confederates.
Scattered Pieces
Price: $3.99 USD. Words: 97,760. Language: English. Published: September 3, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Plays & Screenplays » American, Fiction » Women's fiction » General
(5.00 from 2 reviews)
When Katie's little brother is snatched in 1946 it tears her family apart. It's only through her friendship with the irrepressible Marilyn and Marilyn's handsome brother Tom that she navigates a lonely childhood. In college, studying psychology helps Katie understand her mother's mental illness and her own fears. And it leads to a client who may know something about her brother's disappearance.

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  • Silver Thaw on Jan. 21, 2011
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    Silver Thaw, a novella, by Amy Rose Davis, is one of those wonderful pieces of fiction that comes at you out of the blue. I didn’t have a clue as to plot or setting, only that it was fantasy. Well, change fantasy to a fantastic read and you have it. I was hooked in the first paragraph. The world Ms. Davis creates incorporates echoes of myth and history into an absorbing and exciting narrative. Metaphor, syntax, language, and style are woven together so skillfully that an entire world arises within your imagination. The hint of familiarity is the familiarity that seizes one when a master storyteller begins, “Once upon a time.” But her characters are not mere clichés. They make you privy to their conflicts, desires, and dilemmas. The story is told through four major characters, and uses a seasonal device to move the plot forward. It begins in Winter and ends in Autumn. The mystery of a strange singing maiden and the reason she wears a silver collar and wrist chains keep the pages turning. This is a must read for anyone who enjoys legend, myth, or fantasy. Now I simply must read her next book, Ravenmarked.
  • Running Wide Open on Sep. 04, 2011
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    I loved this book. The plight of the young hero, Cody Everett, grabbed me from the beginning. A well written growing up story set in the world of stock car racing,the plot keeps you on the edge of your seat even while clever, wisecracking Cody can make you laugh out loud.