Dr. Anne B. Jones is the author of:
She has just completed A Light on Peachtree: A History of the Atlanta Woman's Club.
Brave at Heart was nominated for Georgia Author of the Year.
Dr. Jones has published hundreds of feature articles on topics ranging from crime prevention to personality profiles and makes frequent presentations on writing and publishing topics at bookstores, civic organizations and writing workshops.
Dr. Jones specialized in working with at-risk students for thirty-one years, teaching in a variety of school settings, including Job Corp, Boys and Girls Town (a shelter for status offenders) and Dekalb Alternative School (an educational center for suspended students). She has been a volunteer mediator, a rape crisis counselor, victim-witness assistant, volunteer probation officer, public relations writer, and member of the Gwinnett County Domestic Violence Task Force.
Jones has published hundreds of feature articles on topics ranging from crime prevention to personality profiles and makes frequent presentations on writing and publishing topics at bookstores, civic organizations, writing conferences and workshops. She has also been the subject of numerous radio, print media and television interviews. She is a member of the nationally esteemed Author’s Guild, Sisters in Crime and Georgia Writers.
St. Simons Island becomes a scene of panic as bodies are washed ashore. First blaming the deaths on sharks, police soon realize the predator is human. A killer stalks the tourists, luring and drowning his victims as easily as he eludes discovery. Tides of Fear, a suspense thriller set on the shark-infested Georgia Coast, includes a hunt for a murderer, with water as the crime scene.
Drawing upon the author’s experiences with high risk children, local police agencies, victim assistance, rape crisis counseling, mediation and PhD research, the work explores the dynamics of violence and its effect on victims and their families. Catherine Lindsay’s insights into serial murderers and rescue diver Danny Wong’s analysis of the ocean as a crime scene add depth and authenticity. Tides of Fear was written for those who love suspense thrillers and police procedurals