About the Author
P. J. Allen is a resident of Frederick, MD. Since earning her Doctorate in Communication from Florida State University, Allen has worked to promote health and education in developing countries in south Asia, west and southern Africa, Eurasia, and the Middle East. Allen also lived and worked in Washington D.C., advocating for and supporting these same issues.
Dead Reckoning in Frederick is Allen’s fourth novel, following Deadly Untruths, The Yeti Quotient, and Lies Beneath Ellicott City.
Praise from Kirkus Reviews thus far:
Deadly Untruths: “From the very start, scathing descriptions point to a suspicious character: the megalomaniacal, socially obnoxious vice president intent on creating a new world order in the Middle East. Andie is a woman with a million questions, which the author skillfully compresses into succinct, probing bursts. Her quick, inquisitive mind will appeal to readers, and it won’t be long before they share her zeal to uncover the truth.”
The Yeti Quotient: “Briskly paced…expositions of the internal workings of the U.S. government—specifically the Senate and the lobbies—indicate exhaustive research or familiarity with the halls of power. Allen has a knack for keeping the reader enthralled by the suspense.”