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Dina Rae brings an academic element to her novels. Halo of the
Nephilim, Halo of the Damned, The Last Degree, and Bad Juju weave
research and suspense throughout the plots. Her short story, Be
Paranoid Be Prepared, is a prequel to The Last Degree, focusing on the
James Martin character. Big Pharma, Big Agri, Big Conspiracy is Dina’s
first nonfiction work.
Dina lives with her husband, two daughters, and one dog outside of
Dallas. She is a Christian, an avid tennis player, movie buff,
teacher, and self-proclaimed expert on several conspiracy theories.
She has been interviewed numerous times in e-zines, websites, blogs,
newspapers, and radio programs. When she is not writing she is reading
novels from her favorite authors Dan Brown, Stephen King, Brad Thor,
George R.R. Martin, and Preston & Childs. She also enjoys reading
about religion, UFOs, New World Order, government conspiracies,
political intrigue, and other cultures. Her newest novel, The Best
Seller, is released by Solstice Publishing.
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