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Can a Bear and a Wolf save a city?

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When hope runs out, sometimes fate sends a hero.

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Can they get off the mountain alive?

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Three couples, one question: Will they chose love or money?

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With so many secrets to unravel, will Lance and Morgan find him before itís too late?

Leslie Carroll

Pseudonym: Amanda Elyot.

Leslie Carroll was born and raised in New York City. A professional actress as well as a novelist, over the years she has also worked in politics, advertising, public relations, law, and journalism. She has a Bachelor of Arts from Cornell University.

Although she always amused herself on long car trips by making up stories in her head and populating them with imaginary friends, Leslie's writing career gathered steam in 1998, when, during a long car trip, she proclaimed that she would like to be paid to write. What followed was the impetus for a career as a novelist as well as a return to the world of journalism: a stint as an Associate Editor at Back Stage, New York's leading trade paper for the Theatre professional, where Leslie wrote and edited industry news and features.

On stage, Leslie has played classical and contemporary virgins, vixens, and villainesses in New York and in regional theatre. She has appeared in commercials, voice- overs and talking books, and daytime dramas. Under the auspices of Survivor Productions, a not-for-profit professional theatre company that she founded in 1989, Leslie produced several seasons of "neglected" plays of the 19th century. She is also the author of three stage adaptations of 19th century/early 20th century English novels: Ivanhoe, The Prisoner of Zenda, and The Scarlet Pimpernel. Additionally, Leslie is the dramatist of The Diaries of Adam and Eve, based upon the humorous writing of Mark Twain, and the author of The Anglophile's Guide to Afternoon Tea in New York, cheerfully co-researched by close tea-sipping, scone- munching friends. Leslie considers herself more or less "the ultimate anglophile," with a particular penchant for Bath. Her occasional wanderlust has led her to other favorite (and wildly romantic) locales such as Venice and New Orleans.

She is a member of the Dramatists' Guild and both the national and New York chapters of Romance Writers of America.




American Princess, May 2018
Royal Affairs, June 2008
Herself, March 2007
Spin Doctor, February 2006
Trade Size
Play Dates, January 2005
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Temporary Insanity, June 2004
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Reality Check, January 2003
Miss Match, March 2002


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