Anne B. Fowler
Former teacher of Spanish, French and English, Anne Bancroft Fowler turned to writing a decade and a half ago, spending three years on the staff of Retailer News Magazine and two years as Associate Editor of The Fringe, a literary anthology. She has had more than twenty juvenile horror stories published. Fowler’s first adult novel, The Jesuit Papers, won an award at the East of Eden Conference and her two-time-award-winning, animated feature film, Omar the Camel, is currently under option to Snowfall Films and scheduled for distribution in 2013.
The Jesuit Papers
Kat Hamilton is up to her neck in trouble. While searching for her missing father, a slim lead from a Mayan Calendar rubbing and a mysterious Jesuit priest’s journal send her from an idyllic Paraguayan ranch to the country’s cannibal-infested jungle, where Kat encounters intrigue, treachery, ancient prophecy and…unexpected romance. In the mode of The DaVinci Code and Romancing the Stone, Anne Fowler’s The Jesuit Papers is a harrowing, fast-paced adventure with a jolt of passion that will leave you breathless.
"The Jesuit Papers" won Honorable Mention in both the Los Angeles and New York Times Book Festivals.