Cathy Conradie

Biography

I am a 35-year-old debut writer from Pretoria, South Africa. I have started writing at the age of 12 years old just to keep myself busy and have been writing since. I am full-time employed in the South African Police Service as a senior administration clerk and works as a reservist Constable in my free time. I love horse riding and working with horses. I am married to David Conradie who is also serving in the South African Police Service. I prefer to write Christian fiction but I also enjoy writing poems every now and then. I love reading, watching movies and spending time in nature, especially at the beach during holiday times. I am the youngest of three children.

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Books

The Sacrifice
By Cathy Conradie
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 16,850. Language: English. Published: October 29, 2011. Category: Fiction
Antonie Marais and Paul Visser meet each other during a sports contest where they become rivals because of an incident. Antonie vows to himself to take revenge on Paul, but never could have imagined that Paul will save his life one day. A true reflection on what police members of South Africa are subjected to on a daily basis.
Refined By His Fire
By Cathy Conradie
Price: $0.99 USD. Words: 85,560. Language: English. Published: October 29, 2011. Category: Fiction
This fictional novel is about two young policemen in South Africa who come from different backgrounds but whose paths cross each other as a result of traumatic events in their adolescent years. Barry's life is saved by Adrian in more than one way that, with constant prayer and support brings Barry to surrender his heart to Christ. Action packed police drama and suspense as well as lighter moments.

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Smashwords book reviews by Cathy Conradie

  • You Are Just A Guest on Oct. 04, 2012
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    I love reading horror stories/thrillers. This story kept me captivated from the start to the finish. I love an open ending that makes one wonder what really happened. Great job, well done!