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An intricate tale of love and renewal... Psychologist Lenora Lawrence lingers in a coma after being shot by a sniper as a web of intrigue unravels around her. Her redemptive work with society's ex-convicts and her personal counseling with vulnerable women has created many enemies in the resort town of Lake Geneva, WI. Lenora's colleague and good friend, Jennifer Trevor, intends to see that Lenora's sniper is brought to justice, even if it means making deadly enemies herself.
About the Author
Judith Rolfs minored in English and creative writing at college but her major focus became psychology and ultimately marriage and family counseling. Her first article was published in Fresh Ink magazine while a student at Marquette University. At her first writer's conference her novel proposal won the Best New Novel Award. Mystery writing is her first love, although she has ten non-fiction books published on various family issues. Twenty-five years listening to marriage and family clients further validated Rolfs awareness that words are the messengers of the heart. She learned to listen for the meaning behind words and tries to convey emotional depth in her characters. Writing Bullet in the Night from the perspective of her own and her heroine s counseling profession lets her share insights with readers who may never enter a professional counselor's office. Rolfs says, "I value the opportunity to contribute a word or two of wisdom: life is hard, people can be evil, but God is good, and all the time."
Judith shares life with her husband and best friend, Wayne, and their chocolate lab, Alex. They enjoy spending time with four adult children and seven grandchildren from home bases in Wisconsin and Florida.