List of titles by author Maggie Toussaint

Formerly an aquatic toxicologist contracted to the U.S. Army and a freelance reporter, Southern author Maggie Toussaint loves to write fiction. Toussaint’s worldview is shaped by her childhood experiences as a shrimper’s daughter, her college years, and her family-rearing years in the Washington D.C. area. Her work explores themes of family dynamics, interpersonal relationships, and human nature.


 


She’s published in mystery, romance, and near future science fiction. Her romantic suspense titles include House of Lies, No Second Chance, Seeing Red, Muddy Waters, Hot Water, and Rough Waters. Her debut release, House of Lies, won Best Romantic Suspense in the 2007 National Readers Choice Awards, and Hot Water won the EPIC eBook Award in 2014. She was nominated for the Silver Falchion Award and finaled in the Beacon writing contest with Muddy Waters.


 


Her mysteries include In For A Penny, On the Nickel, Dime if I Know, Death, Island Style, Murder in the Buff, Gone and Done It, and Bubba Done It. The third book in her Cleopatra Jones mystery series, Dime If I Know, won the Silver Falchion Award in 2014 for Best Cozy/Traditional Mystery. Doggone It, book three in her paranormal Dreamwalker mystery series, releases in October 2016.


 


Toussaint writes science fiction under the name Rigel Carson. Based in near-future Earth, her Guardian of Earth series delves into environmental terrorism and first contact scenarios. The first book of this 3-book series, G-1, is a Kindle Scout winner.


 


She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters In Crime and is an officer of Southeast Mystery Writers of America and Low Country Sisters In Crime. In 2016, she co-chaired a Writer’s Retreat for Southeastern Mystery Writers of America. She’s a frequent presenter at conferences, lecturing on topics of pacing, plotting, pitching, revising, critiquing, characterization, and the business of writing. She lives in coastal Georgia, where secrets, heritage, and ancient oaks cast long shadows.


 


Visit her at www.maggietoussaint.com, http://mudpiesandmagnolias.blogspot.com/, and http://facebook.com/MaggieToussaintAuthor.

Formerly an aquatic toxicologist contracted to the U.S. Army and a freelance reporter, Southern author Maggie Toussaint loves to write fiction. Toussaint’s worldview is shaped by her childhood experiences as a shrimper’s daughter, her college years, and her family-rearing years in the Washington D.C. area. Her work explores themes of family dynamics, interpersonal relationships, and human nature.


 


She’s published in mystery, romance, and near future science fiction. Her romantic suspense titles include House of Lies, No Second Chance, Seeing Red, Muddy Waters, Hot Water, and Rough Waters. Her debut release, House of Lies, won Best Romantic Suspense in the 2007 National Readers Choice Awards, and Hot Water won the EPIC eBook Award in 2014. She was nominated for the Silver Falchion Award and finaled in the Beacon writing contest with Muddy Waters.


 


Her mysteries include In For A Penny, On the Nickel, Dime if I Know, Death, Island Style, Murder in the Buff, Gone and Done It, and Bubba Done It. The third book in her Cleopatra Jones mystery series, Dime If I Know, won the Silver Falchion Award in 2014 for Best Cozy/Traditional Mystery. Doggone It, book three in her paranormal Dreamwalker mystery series, releases in October 2016.


 


Toussaint writes science fiction under the name Rigel Carson. Based in near-future Earth, her Guardian of Earth series delves into environmental terrorism and first contact scenarios. The first book of this 3-book series, G-1, is a Kindle Scout winner.


 


She is a member of Mystery Writers of America and Sisters In Crime and is an officer of Southeast Mystery Writers of America and Low Country Sisters In Crime. In 2016, she co-chaired a Writer’s Retreat for Southeastern Mystery Writers of America. She’s a frequent presenter at conferences, lecturing on topics of pacing, plotting, pitching, revising, critiquing, characterization, and the business of writing. She lives in coastal Georgia, where secrets, heritage, and ancient oaks cast long shadows.


 


Visit her at www.maggietoussaint.com, http://mudpiesandmagnolias.blogspot.com/, and http://facebook.com/MaggieToussaintAuthor.

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