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Marissa Shrock

Author Bio:

Marissa Shrock is a survivor of many awkward blind dates and many years of teaching middle school. Both provide excellent inspiration for her fictional yarns.

Since childhood, she’s loved to read a variety of genres, so her own work includes dystopian thrillers and cozy mysteries. She’s the author of the Emancipation Warriors Series and the Georgia Rae Winston Mystery Series. Her debut novel, The First Principle, was a Carol Award Finalist.

Marissa enjoys playing golf, building elaborate LEGO creations, and traveling to new places. Her home is in Indiana, where she’s surrounded by corn and soybean fields.

Books by Author

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The Body Electrocution

The summer of 1988 is possibly one of love, and that’s the problem. Aspiring journalist Bobbi Sue Baxter has feelings for a man who’s engaged. But then again, he seems to return the vibe. Adding more mud to the already unclear waters, his fiancée might be involved in a murder that happened in the…

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Close Encounters of the Murderous Kind

Bobbi Sue Baxter longs for the summer of 1988 to be over so she can leave her boring hometown of Wildcat Springs behind forever. Start using her journalism degree on stories with some excitement. She has no idea more excitement than she’s ever wanted is about to come after her. On her way home from…

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Deadly Heartbreak

Georgia is back with Detective Cal Perkins, and they’re looking toward a blissful future. But her ex-boyfriend’s family isn’t thrilled with that idea. And neither are Cal’s multiple admirers. When a package containing a beef heart shows up at Georgia’s door with a note that reads, “A dead…

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Deadly Hideaway

A relaxing getaway. A rocky romance. And a dead body. Will life ever be normal? All Georgia Rae Winston wants is a little vacation from her unsettled love life. Some time at her friend Laura’s lake house. At first? Perfect. Until a day on the water ends with Georgia discovering a dead body in the…

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Deadly Harmony

Georgia Rae Winston’s romance has broken up. But that’s the least of her problems. Georgia and Detective Cal Perkins are through. Fine. Maybe it’s an opportunity to give charmer Hamlet Miller a chance. But there’s no time for romance when Georgia hosts her stepsister and her roommate, Quincy,…

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Deadly Heritage

Georgia’s life has finally settled down. Or so she thought. She couldn’t be more wrong. Georgia Rae Winston’s life in the farming community of Wildcat Springs, Indiana, has found a nice, quiet rhythm. She’s dating Detective Cal Perkins, and everyone predicts wedding bells—if only Cal weren’t…

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Deadly Holiday

A New Boyfriend. (Maybe.) A Christmas Program to Run. And a Man Dying at Her Feet. Georgia Winston is now dating Detective Cal Perkins, planning a Christmas program, and navigating her relationship with her twin stepbrothers. Just another day. But then her church’s youth pastor dies of poisoning,…

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Deadly Harvest

Georgia’s biggest challenge in the farming town of Wildcat Springs, Indiana, is figuring out how to win Evan Beckworth’s heart. Until the day she discovers the body of a former student in the woods. She assumes it was an accident. When she starts to suspect it wasn’t, it stirs memories of her…

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The Pursuit (Emancipation Warriors) (Volume 3)

If all hope was gone, would you keep fighting? Vivica Wilkins won’t give up. Ever. She’s been forced to the sidelines of the battle and required to live at home until she’s eighteen. But with her birthday fast approaching, she’s determined to rejoin the Emancipation Warriors in their fight against…

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The Liberation

How Far Would You Go in the Fight for Your Country’s Freedom When It’s Crumbling from Within? In the near future, all seventeen-year-old Vivica Wilkins wants is a normal life. Time with her boyfriend, her computer, sports. But after becoming a fugitive, the only place she’ll be safe is among the…

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The First Principle: A Novel

In the not-too-distant future, the United Regions of America has formed. Governors hold territories instead of states, and while Washington, DC, is gone, the government has more control than ever before. For fifteen-year-old Vivica Wilkins, the daughter of a governor, this is life as usual. High school…

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