Pen Name: None Connection to Illinois: Voedisch lives just outside of Chicago. Biography: Voedisch is an author, journalist and editor. She has worked for such newspapers and magazines as the ''Chicago Sun-Times'', the ''Los Angeles Times'', the ''Chicago Tribune'', and ''Dance'' magazine.
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ISBN: 9781943486427 OCLC: 974258090 Fiction Studio Books : [United States] : 2015. DATELINE: ATLANTIS is a contemporary fantasy featuring a female Indiana Jones who dives underwater and accidentally finds what just might be the lost world of Atlantis. After she and her photographer document fabulous pyramids under the Caribbean sea, they return to their newspaper in the Los Angeles area, only to have all their evidence stolen. The sea rolls back and reclaims the ruins, and their photographer is kidnapped. Someone doesn't want the undersea world found. The simple news assignment becomes more complicated with each turn and takes the Amaryllis Lang (pen name: Amy Quigley) on a whirlwind investigation to Chicago, Florida, Mexico, and the Bahamas. All along, Amaryllis deals with a cold-case murder, a red-hot editor eager for a Pulitzer, two men who desire her love, deadly traps, and a chance to re-write history.
ISBN: 1936558572 OCLC: 828743410 Fiction Studio Books, Stamford, Conn. : 2012.
|Excited light :
ISBN: 0595421733 OCLC: 156855860 ASJA Press, New York : ©2006.
|The god's wife.
ISBN: 9781943486410 OCLC: 974352107 Fiction Studio Books : [United States] : 2015. The women of ancient Egypt were the freest of any civilization on earth, until the modern era. In several dynasties of ancient Egypt the God's Wives of Amun stood tall, priestesses of wealth and power, who represented the pinnacle of female power in the Egyptian state. Many called The God's Wife of Amun second only to the Pharaoh in dominance. THE GOD'S WIFE follows the adventures of a 16-year-old girl, Neferet, who is thrust into the role of The Gods Wife of Amun without proper training. Surrounded by political intrigue and ensnared by sexual stalking, Neferet navigates the temple, doing her duties, while keeping her family name pristine and not ending up like her predecessor-dead. Meanwhile, a modern-day Chicago dancer, Rebecca, is rehearsing for a role in an ancient Egyptian production and finds herself blacking out and experiencing realistic dreams about life in Egypt. It's as if she's coming in contact with Neferet's world. Are the two parallel worlds on a collision course? They seem to be, for Neferet has just used an old spell to bring protection to her world, and Rebecca meets a mysterious Egyptian man who says he'll whisk her away to Alexandria. Magic and realism mix for a powerful ending in THE GOD'S WIFE.