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Scott, Kathleen 1955-

SCOTT, Kathleen 1955-


Born April 1, 1955, in PA; daughter of Thomas (in sales) and Gloria (a secretary) Hartz; married Randy Bohannon, 1976 (divorced, 1984); married Ronald Scott (a computer consultant), June 6, 1987; children: (first marriage) Wesley; (second marriage) Austin, Ariel, Abigail. Ethnicity: "Irish and German." Education: Attended San Francisco State University, 1984-87. Politics: Republican. Religion: Reformed Baptist. Hobbies and other interests: Reading, raising pets.


Home—P.O. Box 956, Minden, NV 89423. E-mail—[email protected].


Writer. Military service: U.S. Air Force, 1976-80; became sergeant.


A Test of Love (novel), Kregel Publications, 2002.

Contributing editor, Northern Nevada Family, 2000—.


Hope Deferred, contemporary Christian fiction, the second in a series of six "Mount Hermon" novels.


Kathleen Scott told CA: "As a Christian, I longed to read novels that addressed the difficult issues I had faced in my life. Back in 1995, when I began writing A Test of Love, books like these were hard to find. I hope to write novels that will entertain readers while encouraging them to make choices in their lives that will honor God.

"I was inspired to set my series of books in the lovely Christian retreat center at Mount Hermon, California, since I lived there with my family from 1987 until 1992."

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