Order of Ann Charles Books
Ann Charles is an American novelist of romantic mysteries that are full of humour. Ann got her Bachelor’s in English from the University of Washington. She has spent over a decade writing and editing documentation for a software company, but her heart is with writing fiction. Her series include the Deadwood Mysteries and Jackrabbit Junction Mysteries. She also writes writing-themed articles and books. Ann is a member of the Sisters in Crime, the Guppies and Romance Writers of America. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, kids and cat.
Ann Charles became a published author in 2011 with her novel Nearly Departed in Deadwood. Below is a list of Ann Charles’ books in order of when they were originally published:
Publication Order of Deadwood Mysteries Books
|Nearly Departed in Deadwood||(2011)|
|Optical Delusions in Deadwood||(2011)|
|Dead Case in Deadwood||(2012)|
|Better Off Dead in Deadwood||(2013)|
|An Ex to Grind in Deadwood||(2014)|
Publication Order of Deadwood Mysteries Short Stories
Publication Order of Jackrabbit Junction Mysteries Books
Publication Order of Non-Fiction Books
|Nail It!: The Secret to Building an Effective Fiction Writer's Platform||(2011)|
|Growing Your Audience||(2011)|
Note: All non-fiction books are co-authored with Jacquie Rogers.
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