Alison grew up in England and lived in Israel and Mexico before settling in the USA. Despite being the proud holder of three passports, she is not on any national or international Wanted list.
Alison’s short stories have been published in the USA and Mexico. As a former clinical social worker, she has presented at conferences worldwide and been published in academic textbooks, anthologies, professional journals, and newspapers on feminism, diversity and mental health.
When she’s not writing, Alison can be found chasing dolphins, messing up her knees because she insists on playing tennis, or planning a road trip with her wife and their two rescue dogs.
Alison is author of Along Came the Rain (Sapphire Books) and Devoted (Wild Girl Press)
WHOSE MEMORY DO YOU TRUST IF YOU CAN'T RELY ON YOUR OWN?
A woman accused of abducting two teenagers. Her partner desperate to help but caught in the middle because the missing girls are her foster care clients. "Fascinating, complex and full of suspense, an excellent psychological whodunit...pulls you along with some inexorable force and keeps you tied to the chair until you finish."
A hit-and-run that changes everything for three women: Gordy, the suspect terrified of being deported; Wynn, the victim who may lose her business; and Kat, best friend of one and in love with the other. How can she help both, if supporting one means selling out the other?