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Amber Rodgers

Mystery, Suspense, Drama & YA Author

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New Release

Detective Kimberly Ball

Lake Side

Moving to a new town has been something that Kimberly Ball has done several times throughout her five-year career as an FBI agent. What she didn't expect moving to a small Wyoming town was to hit the ground running. Instantly she is thrown into an investigation that will turn into a race again the clock to find the killer before he or she finds other victims.

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Coming April 10, 2024

Very easy read. -Good story line. -Kept me reading and engaged from the first page. I’ll be reading more from this author

Praise & Reviews

Another great book by Amber! I listened to this as an audiobook and it kept me intrigued the entire time. It was so twisty and not once did I have anything figured out. The characters were great and the amount of details were perfect. I’m so looking forward to where this series goes as I loved how the ending was written! I need that second book ASAP! I have to know what’s going to happen! If this intrigues you the least little bit read this or listen to it as an audio because you won’t be disappointed!

Casey Sutherland -

Amazon Review

I would recommend this book! Amber did a wonderful job with this book. Once i started i never put the book down till i was done reading! She kept things interesting and made me want to continue to read to find out what happened! Cant wait to read her next book!

Samantha Drummer -

Amazon Review


See Upcoming Appearances

Come out and meet Amber!

May 25th 2024, Authors on the Riverwalk, Marriott Downtown Des Moines • Iowa, 12PM - 4PM CST

July 4-6, 20254, Riverbend Rally 4th of July Celebration,

Iowa Falls • Iowa, 10AM - 5PM CST

Link Coming Soon

September 14, 2024, Books Up Mason City, Mason City • Iowa, 12PM - 4PM CST

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About Amber Rodgers

I live in a very small Northern Iowa town, where everyone knows everyone. My husband, who is my high school sweetheart, and I raised our four amazing children in the same town we live in. Saddened, none of our children are still around the area, as they have ventured off to find their purpose in life. My husband and I love the small-town feel, so we have chosen to stay put for the time being. Who knows, maybe eventually we will find a state to move to where it doesn’t reach negative fifty degrees in the winter and over a hundred in the summer.

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