Arita M. L. Bohannan, a graduate of Loyola University New Orleans’ College of Law, has been published in the Loyola Law Review and was the winner of the 2001 Association of Trial Attorneys’ in-house trial competition. Her courtroom thriller Docket No. 76, her first novel with AuthorHouse, was a finalist in both the Next Generation Indie Book Awards (First Novel category) and the National Indie Excellence Awards (Legal Thriller category).
Bestselling journalist and author Cathy Scott has penned numerous true crime and biography books, including Murder in Beverly Hills, (a silver award-winner in Foreword magazine’s 16th Annual Book of the Year Awards), and Death in the Desert (the inspiration for the feature film of the same name).
Robert Willis served in the Marine Corps during both World War II and the Korean Conflict before earning his PhD in Educational Research and Measurement from Florida State University. Crossing Clayborn, his gripping mystery and revenge novel, was a Foreword Reviews INDIEFAB Book of the Year finalist in the General (Adult Fiction) category.