Zee Gorman was born and raised in Southern China. Her love for fiction began at a very young age. By the time she started high school, she had read every single novel from the neighborhood novel rental. She then proceeded to seek out every foreign novel she could lay her hands on. She went on to College to study English and later took a career in teaching. Her passion for language and literature eventually led her into writing. She has written short stories, poems, and essays, and is mildly published in China. When she came to United States to further advance her education, she discovered the magical power of an entirely different kind of language - the computer language. That led her into a life-long career in information technology. And yet the writing bug has never left her ...
Today, Zee Gorman lives in Northern California with her husband and her daughter. She is and will continue to be an IT manager by day and a fantasy fiction writer by night.
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Snowdrops and the Night Warriors
by Zee Gorman
Published: September 26, 2011.
He is wanted by the Queen, but for what purpose? As he enters the palace, a secret is revealed to him. Together with a queer companion, he sets foot into an adventure where the end seems forever elusive.
This is Book Two of the Altethlon Chronicles - an epic fantasy of love, adventure and friendship.
The Altethlon Chronicles: The Queen's Hero and the Ubion Princess
by Zee Gorman
Published: August 1, 2010.
Young Princess Ximia did not want a life predestined by her heritage. She was torn between a thirst for adventures in the post-apocalyptic world of Altethlon and the role expected of her in the rigid culture of her kingdom. The politics of her time was delicate and her choices were limited. Just as she thought she found her destiny, a strange encounter turned her life upside down ...
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- Beachside PD: The Gypsy Hunter
on Dec. 21, 2011
In reading “Beachside PD: The Reluctant Knight” – book one of the Beachside PD series, I was pleasantly surprised by its unique approach to crime and corruption. The characters were not stereotypes and the plots were fresh and exciting. By the end of the book, I felt as though Danny Philips and Anna Perez were my close friends and I couldn’t wait to hear more about them.
“Beachside PD: The Gypsy Hunter” does not disappoint. Danny and Anna continue to develop in their work and relationship, now also seen through the eyes of their teenage daughter and an old friend who works in the media. The authors skillfully weave the fabric of reality into the couple’s heart-warming romance, creating unforgettable scenes. On the job and back from FBI training, they spearhead the investigation to find a missing Seminole Indian Nation coed, adding more unforgettable characters to the Beachside series.
The detective stories now are focused on their colleague, Robert Zaragossa – a character I have come to like. He has no striking physical features, unlike Danny. What he has are extraordinary skills and an iron will; both of which are thoroughly tested by the high profile and complicated cases—from simple scams to murder—that are all the more exciting against the backdrop of the colorful Gypsy culture. The cases are real as they’re based on a real police officer known to his fellow officers as the Gypsy Hunter. The authors present this exotic aspect of the story exceptionally well. For me, the novel has served as a textbook about this fascinating group of people: their language, their beliefs, their heritage, and their customs.
Without a doubt, “Beachside PD: The Gypsy Hunter” is yet another masterpiece by authors Neil Yuzuk and David Yuzuk. It has a one-of-a-kind crimes and detective stories that weave romanticism with realism and action adventure with everyday life’s drama. I love the behind-the-scene police operation details as I did in the first book, “The Reluctant Knight.” And I love the fun side scenes about the media, the politics, the people, and even the Clintons, who make an appearance at the Super Bowl in this book. Overall it is a riveting and unforgettable read!
I know that “Beachside PD: Undercover,” the sequel to “The Gypsy Hunter” and “Cities of Sand and Stone,” a prequel, are both in the works. I look forward to reading them.