Bio: Mae Anna Argilan was born and raised in Baltimore, Maryland. She attended the University of Maryland where she degreed in English Literature. For the last 25 years she’s lived in the rural farmland of western Maryland. She writes mainstream fiction that feature strong women characters who are striving to make the world a better place. Her first novel, GRACE UNDER FIRE, was published in 1997. For two years she was Senior Editor at a small publishing house in Maryland. She left there to start her own company, Elite Editing, in January 2000.
One picture may be worth a thousand words, but is it worth your life? Female photojournalist Glenn Prentiss becomes entangled in murder and espionage in this riveting political thriller. Who is threatening her: the CIA, the ex-boyfriend, or the American military? Or could it even be the man who is on the run with her? Extreme Exposure takes you from the pastoral settings of rural western Maryland to the nation's capitol as Glenn races to keep one step ahead of danger.
There it something predictable about the natural attraction of opposites to each other. So, someone as educated as urban environmentalist Melissa Warner should have seen it coming a mile away. But blinded by her ambition and logic she plunges into a whirlwind of unexpected and conflicting emotions. This adventure opens as Melissa is settling into southern Louisiana six months before the arrival of hurricane Katrina. Her research of the bayou soon leads to a variety of escapades with charming Ca... more info>>