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Joyce Eberly

Hay Springs, Nebraska, United States


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I am a graduate of George Washington University, with a B. A. in American Thought and Civilization; Georgetown
University, with an M. A. in English and American Literature; I completed all the work for a doctorate in English Language
and Philology, except for the disseratation, at Catholic University of America, all in Washington, D. C.

For twenty years I was Assistant Editor of the the prestigious bibliography, Writings on American History, at the Library of
Congress, and was an Archivist at the National Archives in Washington, D. C., assisting editors of the papers of
outstanding Americans, including the Founding Fathers.

Two of my mystery novels have been published electronically. They are: The Tangled Web, ISBN 1-930677-05-7, published 2000.
(A doctoral candidate
doing research for her her thesis, a document-stealing ring at the National Archives in Washington, D. C., and a
Mafia-influenced puppy mill come together in a very tangled web).

My second novel, Sins of the Fathers, ISBN 1-930677-16-2, published 2000 (A small western town near the Candadian
border is thought to be the location of a drug operation. Gilbert Steinhagen and his new wife, Rosemary, agree to spend
their honeymood, undercover, to ferret out the operation. When they begin to expose not only the operation but the
pillars of the community who are involved, their lives are suddenly at risk.

Excerpts from The Tangled Web, as well as reviews, and a fuller synopsis of Sins of the Fathers may be viewed at my
publisher's web site, http://www.londoncircle. com.

I am very much opposed to puppy mills, a result of my having adopted a puppy mill dog from a horrendous puppy mill in Parson, Kansas.
Parsons, Kansas. This led to my interest in animal rights.

Interests: Mystery fiction, animal rights, puppy mills, animals, politics, vegetarianism, drug traffic

Published writer: Yes

Freelance: Yes