About Pamela B. Eglinski
Pamela Boles Eglinski is an international best-selling author. The Third Knife was a 2016 semi-finalist in the 5th Annual Kindle Book Review Awards. The novel is also recognized by Amazon UK as a best seller within the genre of historical/French/ Resistance.
Pam was born and raised in the San Francisco Bay Area. She holds a Master’s degree in Asian Art History from the University of Kansas, and two Masters degrees from Colorado State University—one in Asian and European comparative history, and a second in Counseling and Student Personnel Administration.
Much of Pamela’s career was spent in non-profit management, fundraising, and higher education. She is the author of three novels in the Catalina & Bonhomme Spy Series including: The Third Knife, Return of the French Blue, and She Rides with Genghis Khan.
Pamela is currently writing a time travel (altered history) series involving unique locations, works of art, and Ray Bradbury’s butterfly effect—the notion that small occurrences in the past can have catastrophic effects on the future. Both published time travel novels won the prestigious IndieBRAG gold medallion award. The Can-Can Girl and the Mysterious Woman in Pink is the first in the series. Travel to the Belle Époque in 1900 Paris, and meet Toulouse-Lautrec! The second novella, Broken Portal in Rocky Mountain Park, takes place in 1876, with the threat of a global pandemic in contemporary times. The third novel in the series takes place in the South China Sea in 1807—working title: The Pirate Queen. Publication date estimate: mid 2020.
Pam has also written Code Name: Purple Fire, first in a special-ops series featuring CIA agent, Abigail Scott, and SEAL Team 9 Commander, Cooper Sinclair. Would you like to know more about North Korea’s dictator Kim Jong-un and his fixation with nuclear arms? Read this book! Digital on Amazon.
Pamela’s suspense-packed novels and novellas are based on facts laced with legends and altered history. Her goal is to entertain her readers, take them to places rarely seen, and engage them in missions never before imagined.
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