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Jaclyn White was born in Tennessee, but has lived most of her life in Georgia. A former police officer and court administrator, she is the author of ten books, including novels, true crimes, and biographies. She and her late husband Carl have three children and seven grandchildren. In addition to writing, White enjoys jewelry design and herb gardening.

 

Books

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The Fairy Crosses of Fannin County

When two murders shock the active-adult community where Emily Christopher lives and her ex-husband turns out to be the prime suspect, she is put into the uncomfortable position of trying to solve the mystery. Using her contacts in the police department and her own investigative experience, she must unravel the connection between the two victims and the strange gatherings occurring in the neighborhood. The information she uncovers sends her to the North Georgia mountains and the small town of Blue Ridge in search of strange stones called fairy crosses.

With the assistance of her best friend Linda—an "expert on superstitions"—and her very patient boyfriend Nick, Emily discovers the truth behind the criminal activity taking place in her community. But before identifying the murderer, they must weather a violent storm and unmask a stalker.


Paperback | ISBN 978-1-947309-65-4 | 216 Pages
FICTION / General
FICTION / Mystery & Detective / Women Sleuths


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The Witch of Ben Hill county

After 30 years in law enforcement, Emily Christopher is ready for retirement in Marchpoint Manse, an active-adult community north of Atlanta. But a dead friend's last request for justice sends her south to Ben Hill County where, determined to right a wrong, she takes on a powerful local developer. She's helped in her mission by a few good friends and a kind woman known as the local witch.

Meanwhile things are getting interesting at Marchpoint. Along with tennis, swimming, and countless social activities, the neighborhood is experiencing a rash of petty thefts and burglaries. And who was that naked man seen slipping into the woods?

The Witch of Ben Hill County is a fast-moving mix of suspense, humor and romance that proves "over 55" doesn't mean over the hill.

 

Paperback | ISBN 978-1-947309-07-4 | 246 pages
FICTION / General

 

Events

Oct 31 | Book Signing | Ben Hill County library | Fitzgerald, GA | 6-7 PM

Nov 1 | Book Signing | Village at Deaton Creek Clubhouse | 7 PM