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F I C T I O N

TERROR TRAVELS THE DEVIL'S HIGHWAY

Open Letter

FIRST ENCOUNTER

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4

MAGGIE II

Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
   

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These books available now from Amazon.com

Down But Never Out Long-A-Coming The Hummingbird Review, Volume II, Number 1

Down But Never Out

Long-a-Coming

The Hummingbird Review

Volume II, Number 1

Terror Travels The

Devil's Highway

 


 

About the Author - Charlie RednerABOUT THE AUTHOR

Charlie’s broad based background in advertising, television, radio, public relations, publishing and politics has provided many unique experiences on which he has launched a writing career. 

Highlights:  Produced and appeared on “Modern Living,” daytime television show in top five market; produced Philadelphia Phillies baseball pre-game television show.  Wrote and produced hundreds of radio/TV/newspaper advertisements for many regional advertisers including most recently Subaru automobiles.  Charlie is the past publisher of Delaware Valley Business Magazine, Philadelphia, and Broker Agent Magazine, Tucson.

  • Graduate of Rutgers University, senior class president, BA Psychology 

  • Graduate of the American Foundation of Dramatic Arts – Broadcast Division

  • Earned commission from the New Jersey State Military Academy.

Military Duty:  Seven years in the National Guard, 50th Armored Division.  Highest rank achieved, First Lieutenant.  Served as Executive Officer of an infantry line company.

Member: The Society of Southwestern Authors; past board member Philadelphia Public Relations Association, and the Television & Radio Advertising Club of Philadelphia.

Charlie resides with his wife, Judith in Laguna Woods, California.

 


 

"Last Light"   15" x 30" oil on canvas

LAGUNA BEACH

Note:  All art in this website by my wife Judith Redner,
please visit www.jdiart.com for more of her work.

 

     

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