Dr. Teddy Brodie Osantowski is a retired teacher, education administrator, and college professor. She holds a doctorate in learning disabilities. She moved from Illinois to Nevada in 1999.
Dr. Osantowski has written seven books, three of which are published: “The Little Survivor” (about child abuse in America), “The Black Landed Gentry of Montgomery County” (a historical account of black farmers who lost their land to eminent domain), and “God Made Me” (a Christian book for children). She has completed four novels yet unpublished: “Year of the Unicorn” and three that comprises a trilogy about the cocky, young private investigator—“Crucial Mission,” “Decisions of Judgment,” and “The Package.”