Arleen Alleman

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Arleen Alleman

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Living the dream of being a published author now living in beautiful Colorado. Former senior analyst with the Government Accountability Office, where she wrote extensively on many topics ranging from satellite systems to endangered species. She has a science education but has also worked as a fashion model, insurance adjuster, jewelry designer, and proprietor of a home decor shop. Her interests include health and fitness, world religions, reading, and travel. Born in England, she grew up in New Hampshire and Nevada.

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Arleen Alleman

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Total Quotes 2
Books 7
Member Since Apr 2015
Profession Author
Country United States
Born 8 September, 1946
Genre Thrillers, Mysteries, Action & Adventure, Women's Fiction, LGBT, African American Interest, Children's

Arleen Alleman Books

Sometimes Naughty-Always Loved: Mary and Her Big Cat Brain Sometimes Naughty-Always Loved: Mary and Her Big Cat Brain Amazon View Detail
Currents Deep and Deadly, first in series Currents Deep and Deadly, first in series Amazon View Detail
Currents of Vengeance Currents of Vengeance Amazon View Detail
Current Assets Current Assets Amazon View Detail
Alternate Currents Alternate Currents Amazon View Detail
A Current Deception A Current Deception Amazon View Detail
Currents of Sin Currents of Sin Amazon View Detail

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"If you think about it, trillions of events are happening in the world at the same time every moment of every day, and some are directly related while most have absolutely no connection in space or time. But somewhere along the continuum of events there have to be overlapping occurrences that will have meaning for at least one of us, but only if we are in the right place at the right time to recognize them." Darcy Farthing--Currents Deep and Deadly — Arleen Alleman —
"To keep your sanity when it seems everything in your life has gone over-the-top crazy, you can step back from the action and try to gain an astronaut’s perspective of the world. But when you find yourself getting lost in the tranquility of that detached view it’s time to dive into a current and get back in the flow." Darcy Farthing—Currents of Vengeance — Arleen Alleman —

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