Versatile Arizona Author Packs One-Two Punch
Two months after author Nora Peterson wowed reviewers with Retire Rich With Your Self-Directed IRA, she’s at it again – this time with Past Imperfect, a smart new romantic suspense.
[ClickPress, Sun Dec 10 2006] Two months after author Nora Peterson wowed reviewers with Retire Rich With Your Self-Directed IRA: What Your Banker & Broker Don’t Want You to Know About Managing Your Own Retirement Investments, she’s at it again – this time with Past Imperfect, a smart new romantic suspense.
What does she have to say about the seeming incongruity of making the leap from writing finance to fiction? “Managing your investments and plotting the demise of make-believe killers have more in common than you might think. Both require thoughtful analysis and the ability to recognize and exploit promising plot-points and the ability to dismiss everything else. The same is true for mystery/suspense readers. In fact, I’d say that readers who enjoy a good who dunnit have exactly what it takes to learn how to make smart investment decisions.”
Nora Peterson ought to know. She’s been active in the financial markets for more than two decades and currently trades the stock market from her home on the outskirts of Phoenix, Arizona. Her next book, a finance dictionary titled Wall Street Lingo, is due out in early 2007.
Past Imperfect is available on Amazon.com and from booksellers everywhere. For more information, you can visit Ms. Peterson on the web at www.norapeterson.com.
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