Pamela Richter


Pamela Mary is an author living in West Hollywood, California. She has a degree in Psychology, from Northridge State University. She has worked as a property manager for Nansay, Corp. a multi-national corporation, been a dance teacher for Arthur Murray and Fred Astaire Dance Studios. While in college she worked as a Bunny at the San Francisco Playboy Club.

Midnight Reflections
The Living Image
The Necromancer

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The Living Image
Price: $3.35 USD. Words: 117,750. Language: English. Published: July 22, 2011. Categories: Fiction » Thriller & suspense » General
What would you do if you found your own double? Sabrina discovers hers is part human and part computer. Things become dangerous when the CIA, KGB, and a Japanese business man find out about the woman she calls Eve. The CIA wants to study her. The KGB wants to abduct her for the technology. The Japanese don't care if they have to tear the woman to pieces--they want to know how she was made.

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  • The Meyersco Helix on Sep. 30, 2011

    The Mayersco Helix by Andrew McCoy, edited by Andre Jute, is a wonderful thriller. The plot is complex and so exciting it's hard to put the book down. There is a chemical killer that can replicate, an infected zone, a government cover-up and a couple of brilliant people trying to defeat this horrible new type of plague. Highly recommended!
  • When the Siren Calls - Prequel on July 02, 2012

    The heroin of this prequel is so stupid and unlikeable I would never read the upcomming novel. First, she goes into foreign land, goes into a dangerous place because she's angry at her husband. (I'm going to show him!) She gets lost. Upset that her attire becomes transparent when wet. (Evidently she's too dumb to check about modes of dress in a foreign country) and is helped by a stranger. During this time she constantly complains about the trinkets she bought because she was soooo bored. Poor thing. In this economy she's not going to gain much sympathy. She complains and whines through the sequel, about the lavish dinners she must attend with her husband. That her husband doesn't spend enough attention to her. That she is alone all the time. I felt like saying, Get a Life. Divorce the husband. Get a job. Get some interests, paint a book, sponser a child, I wouldn't say Write a Book. The heroine is obviously too stupid.