Audrey is an enterprising professional who has spent over 40 years in the corporate sector. Now, after retiring, she spends her days teaching classes, authoring works, and motivating other professionals.
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Audrey Jane Snyder is retired after working in the corporate environment for 40+ years in the fields of human resource management and customer and community service. She has been an independent consultant specializing in on-line web based training of interpersonal skills for first-line managers. Audrey was an Adjunct Professor at DeVry University. Audrey holds a BA in Business Communications and a Masters in Professional Leadership. Audrey is a member of Pennwriters Inc, Sisters in Crime, and the Mindful Writers Group. Audrey resides in Pittsburgh, PA.
New Release The Organization
Trapped in a criminal world of, smuggling, drugs and danger, Angela Hollingsworth is determined to clear her name and escape deeper involvement in organized crime. The Organization is a story of a small town girl tricked into a lifestyle of lavish vacations and cash bonuses. This was to be her dream job, a journalist with her own by-line, travelling to island vacations and Paris to gather information for her column. What more could she ask for? Certainly not becoming a confidential informant for the FBI. That’s not what she signed up for when accepting the position at the Gazette.
As danger mounts, Angela learns that she is working for one of the leaders of a large drug cartel in New Jersey. She finds herself in peril when one member of The Organization doesn’t trust her.
Desperate to clear her name and return to her old life, she enlists the help of an old friend from college who now works for the FBI. After spending time with this old friend, Angie knows must choose between a burgeoning friendship and a jealous boyfriend.
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