M. L. Doyle
M. L. Doyle has served in the U.S. Army at home and abroad for more than two decades as both a soldier and civilian. A Minneapolis native, Mary currently lives in Baltimore, Maryland.
The first book in the Master Sergeant Harper mystery series, The Peacekeeper’s Photograph, takes place in a small Army outpost during the Bosnian Peacekeeping mission. The Peacekeeper’s Photograph, which is scheduled for publication in August, 2013, was the winner of the Carey McCray Memorial Literary Award for best novel from the South Carolina Writer’s Workshop. The Sapper’s Plot, the second book in the series, will also be published in 2013.
Mary’s adult romance series, Limited Partnerships, which features four novellas, is also scheduled for monthly release starting in August 2013. Each novella, beginning with Luke, features one employee in the elite male escort service called Limited Partnerships. As the professional gigolos go about the business of satisfying their clients, they learn that transactions involving sex can be complicated.
Mary is the co-author of the memoir, I’m Still Standing: From Captive U.S. Soldier to Free Citizen—My Journey Home, which chronicles the story of Shoshana Johnson, a member of the 507th Maintenance Company who was captured during an ambush and held prisoner in the early days of the Iraq War. The book, published by Touchstone, in 2010, was nominated for an NAACP Image Award in the literary category for best Auto/biography.
Mary has also co-authored, SOLDIER, GENERAL, MOTHER, SELF: THE STORY OF A SMALL TOWN GIRL’S RISE TO GENERAL OFFICER. The memoir, which chronicles the life of Brigadier General (Ret.) Julia Cleckley, is scheduled for publication by Water Street Press in 2013.
Mary has a bachelor of Arts in broadcast communications from Metropolitan State University and a Master of Arts from the University of Oklahoma in International Relations.
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