Nancy Allen, New York Times bestselling author and Missouri State faculty, will be presenting at the opening session of the 2018 High School Writing Conference held on the Missouri State University Campus.
Allen’s latest book, Juror #3, co-authored with James Patterson, is a #1 New York Times best seller.
Nancy Allen is the author of the Ozarks Mystery Series, published by HarperCollins/Witness Impulse. She has the background required to tell the tales; she practiced law for fifteen years as Assistant Missouri Attorney General and Assistant Prosecutor in her native Ozarks. She’s tried over thirty jury cases, including murder and sexual offenses, and is now a law professor at Missouri State University, as well as an author of legal thrillers.
Her debut novel, The Code of the Hills, was published in 2014 by HarperCollins. A Killing at the Creek came out in 2015; her third book, The Wages of Sin was released in April, 2016. The Ozarks Mysteries follow the career of Elsie Arnold, a tenacious (but flawed) Ozarks prosecutor.
To learn more about Allen, her books, her accomplishments, and experiences, listen to this short KSMU radio show.
For more information and to register for the conference, visit the High School Writing Conference webpage.