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Until she moved to Kalispell, Montana, when she was twelve, Christine Carbo lived in Gainesville, Florida. After earning a pilot's license, pursuing various adventures in Norway, and a brief stint as a flight attendant, she received an MA in English and Linguistics and taught at a community college in Montana. She still teaches, in a vastly different realm, as the owner of a Pilates studio. She and her husband live in Whitefish, Montana, with their three kids, one incredibly silly dog, and one very self-possessed cat. When Christine’s not teaching or writing, she enjoying all that the Montana lifestyle has to offer.
Christine is a recipient of the Women's National Book Association Pinckley Prize, the Silver Falchion Award, and the High Plains Book Award. She is a member of Sisters in Crime, Mystery Writers of America, Authors of the Flathead, Pacific Northwest Writers Association, International Thriller Writers, and Outdoor Writers Association of America. She is published by Atria, a part of Simon and Schuster.
Find out more at ChristineCarbo.com.
Christine has a video in which she discusses her second book, Mortal Fall, on the Simon and Schuster website (hosted on YouTube): https://youtu.be/Q859sJ_Z_N0
Christine is a member-owner since February 2018.