Thursday, April 14, 2011
author: Sheila Lowe
Sheila Lowe is here with her novel, Last Writes. Here is some info from the author!
LAST WRITES: The frantic search for a three-year-old, an estranged half-sister, a fanatical religious cult—
Erin Powers and her family have been living quietly as members of The Temple of Brighter Light at an isolated compound. But now her husband and young child have disappeared, leaving behind a cryptic note with a terrifying message. When Erin comes to her for help, forensic handwriting expert Claudia Rose seizes on her special skills to become one of the few outsiders ever to be invited inside the compound. She has only a few days to uncover the truth about the group before the prophecy of a secret ancient parchment can be fulfilled and a child’s life is written off for good...
Claudia Rose is a modern fortyish woman in a relationship with an LAPD detective. She is not an amateur sleuth, she’s a forensic handwriting expert who gets involved in crimes through her cases and learns about the people she deals with through their handwriting.
The forensic handwriting mystery series is available anywhere books are sold. Read a sample chapter of each book at www.claudiaroseseries.com
Author Bio: Like her character Claudia Rose in the award-winning Forensic Handwriting Mysteries series, author Sheila Lowe is a real-life handwriting expert who testifies in handwriting-related court cases. With more than forty years in the field of handwriting analysis, she’s a frequent guest in the media and was invited by Lifetime Movie Network to provide information and analyses of criminals on their website as a tie-in for Jeffery Deaver’s The Devil’s Teardrop movie. Sheila holds a Master of Science degree in psychology and is the author of the acclaimed The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Handwriting Analysis, Handwriting of the Famous & Infamous, and Sheila Lowe’s Handwriting Analyzer software. www.sheilalowe.com and www.claudiaroseseries.com
Forensic handwriting mysteries, LAST WRITES in stores now
--Thank you for visiting, Sheila! The book sounds very interesting!—Lea Ryan