Mallory, Rickey R. 1947-
MALLORY, Rickey R. 1947-
Born December 30, 1947, in Baldwyn, MS; daughter of Troy A. (a basketball coach) and Maude (a librarian; maiden name, Enis) Ricks; married Michael J. Mallory (a hydrologist), November 28, 1974. Ethnicity: "Caucasian." Education: Earned B.S. degree in pharmacy.
Agent—c/o Author Mail, Harlequin Enterprises, P.O. Box 5190, Buffalo, NY 14240-5190.
Writer. Mississippi Medicaid, contract pharmacist; also worked as assistant chief of pharmacy at a major medical center.
Romance Writers of America, Magnolia State Romance Writers (president, 1993-98).
The Magic Within (science fiction/fantasy novel), World Edge Press, 1995.
Time Rider (science fiction/fantasy romance novel) ImaJinn Books, 1997.
Heart of the Hero (science fiction/fantasy romance novel) ImaJinn Books, 1998.
Here I'll Stay (historical romance novel), New Concepts Publishing (Lake Park, GA), 1999.
New Orleans Confidential: Bulletproof Billionaire (romance novel), Harlequin Enterprises (Buffalo, NY), in press.
Contributor of short stories to science fiction/fantasy and romance magazines and Internet periodicals.
UNDER PSEUDONYM MALLORY KANE
The Lawman Who Loved Her (romantic suspense novel), Harlequin Enterprises (Buffalo, NY), 2001.
Heir to Secret Memories (romantic suspense novel), Harlequin Enterprises (Buffalo, NY), 2003.
Bodyguard/Husband (romance novel), Harlequin Enterprises (Buffalo, NY), 2003.
Peter Kasting, Journey of a Thousand Miles, 2000, multimedia edition, in press.
Norah-Jean Perkin, Crazy in Chicago, 2001.
Terry Burns, To Keep a Promise, 2002.
M. K. Fottrell, The Color of Blood, 2002.
F. M. Meredith, Astral Gift, 2002.
F. M. Meredith, Bad Tidings, 2002.
Ray Hoy, Early Frost, 2003.
Patricia Lucas White, Edwina Parkhurst, Spinster, 2003.
WORK IN PROGRESS:
Beloved Witness, for Harlequin Enterprises (Buffalo, NY), completion expected in 2004.
Rickey R. Mallory told CA: "I retired from my career as assistant chief of pharmacy at a major medical center to pursue my other loves, writing and art. Besides writing, I design and create covers for books for several print and electronic publishers. My grandfather and father were steeped in the southern storytelling tradition, and I aspire to be as a good a storyteller as my father. My mother considers books a precious resource and taught me to love and respect books and authors."
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