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Tracy Rowan (born February 27)

Tracy Rowan has done office work, sold books, made and sold all manner of crafts, taught beading, edited tech manuals, been an artist and illustrator, and a street photographer, and for fifteen years she was a caregiver. But the thing she's found most difficult and therefore most fulfilling is writing. She lives in a craftsman-style two flat on Chicago's northwest side where she and her housemate spend a lot of time planning the garden, hanging with their friends and laughing a lot.

Suffer the Little Children won a 2011 Rainbow Award as Best LGBT Historical and Best Writing Style.

Source: www.goodreads.com/author/show/3306086.Tracy_Rowan

Further Readings:

Suffer the Little Children by Tracy Rowan
175 pages / 52000 words
ISBN: 978-1-61040-153-1

When Victorian private investigator Nick Romney’s step-father, an Anglican bishop, is murdered, Nick refuses to get involved. At the urging of his family, though, Nick and his lover Davy step in to investigate. Together they uncover the truth of the bishop’s involvement in the dark and horrifying world of child prostitution, the reason why he was killed, and the shocking identity of the murderer.

More Rainbow Awards at my website: www.elisarolle.com/, Rainbow Awards/2011


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