Across The Broken Line: a Charlie Fox short story by Zoë Sharp
In Across The Broken Line, we follow bodyguard Charlie Fox through a fragmented timescale of cross and double-cross as she fights to keep her principal alive – whoever that might be.
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About the Author
Zoë Sharp was born in Nottinghamshire but spent her formative years living on a catamaran on the northwest coast of England.After a promising start at a private girls' school, she opted out of mainstream education at the age of twelve. She wrote her first novel when she was fifteen and created her no-nonsense ex-Special Forces turned bodyguard heroine Charlie Fox after receiving death-threat letters in the course of her work as a photojournalist.Sharp’s short stories have been used in school text books and turned into short films, and the Charlie Fox series has been optioned for TV.Her work has been nominated for the Edgar, Anthony, Barry, Benjamin Franklin, and Macavity Awards in the United States, as well as the CWA Short Story Dagger in the UK.A keen library supporter and public speaker, she blogs regularly on the acclaimed group website Murderati.com, and on hardboiledcollective.blogspot.co.uk. She also witters on Twitter (@AuthorZoeSharp) and fools about on Facebook.com (ZoeSharpAuthor).Zoë currently lives in the English Lake District. Her hobbies are sailing, fast cars (and faster motorbikes), target shooting, travel, films, photography, music, occasional construction projects and reading just about anything she can get her hands on.