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Helen Hogan Presents “Ridgecrest Rescue”


Rod Mannering is about to embark on his life’s greatest mission: the rescue of his own daughter.

Helen Hogan’s fast-paced novel “Ridgecrest Rescue” centers on Rod Mannering, a decent guy who finds the dead body of his friend in a horse show. Beset with threats of financial ruin and a real estate scam, Rod has to deal with his problems and the attractive Taylor Blair. On top of it all, highway patrolmen find the abandoned car of his daughter, Belinda. From here, the trail just gets even hotter as Rod goes on a hunt for Belinda’s kidnappers and to save Belinda herself.

Readers are sure to resonate with Helen Hogan’s masterpiece, especially with Rod Mannering and his determination to keep his eyes fixed on the light at the end of the tunnel.

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“Ridgecrest Rescue”
Written by Helen Hogan
Published by  America Star Books 
Published Date: January 18, 2010
Paperback: $3.93

About the Author

Growing up in Miami, Florida, Helen Hogan showed writing talent early. Her sixth grade letter in a contest open to county journalism students won an interview with Brooklyn Dodgers players. When the news staff discovered their winner was a girl, they changed the rules to allow the second place essayist, a boy, to participate. Her journalism training, at Miami Senior High took her to state awards as news editor. She started college at 16 and quickly became news editor of the Stetson Reporter. Hogan began teaching while her first husband completed college. After work in Florida and Montreal, Canada, she returned to Stetson for her master’s degree and earned a position as English instructor at Texas A & I University (now Texas A & M Kingsville). In the fall of ’67, she began teaching at the newly founded Tarrant County College.

Upon retiring as full professor in 1997, she began refurbishing her boxed novels. In her other life, she shows horses, holding judges’ cards in several breeds. She currently shows a Welsh/Paint cross in hunter and dressage and has an Arabian mare getting ready for carriage driving. Helen lives with her husband of fifty years. Aside from horses, the loving couple are also proud of their prized dogs and cats.

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